SuperDaughter Day is an annual International Day of the Girl event hosted by WORK180. Since 2016, over 3000 girls aged 5-12 years old became superheroes along with the parents, exploring the exciting world of STEM (science, technology, engineering, maths) in Australia. In 2019, WORK180 UK is bringing this great event to London.
A two day conference providing discussions, debates, education, high end networking and the chance to hear about the latest developments in the transport industry. An opportunity to learn from the experts, speak to the people in the know, network with peers and colleagues and potentially open up new revenue streams. Women in Transport members benefit from a 20% discount on delegate rates.
Women in Transport is delighted to be a supporter of Highways UK - the flagship event for and about roads for a modern and connected Britain. Whether your interest is in local authority and urban roads or the Strategic Road Network, Highways UK brings together the people and organisations involved in their planning, designing, building, operating and future-proofing. Join us at the NEC, Birmingham on 6/7 November 2019.
Transport Planning Camp is an annual unconference for anyone interested in transport, livable places, justice, and sustainability. The event will bring together transport planners, engineers, technologists, social scientists, and others interested in the intersection of transport, technology, and urbanism on 7th November 2019 in Manchester.
Join us in the Sub-national Transport Bodies Hub at Highways UK on Thursday 7 November at 11:30 - 12:15 for an opportunity to meet and network over coffee (and cake) and find out more about Women in Transport, supported by WSP and the Strategic Transport Bodies.
What can the architecture, construction & engineering and transport planning industry do to help tackle climate change? Hear from industry experts including Women in Transport member, Joanna Ward, on these and the wider environmental challenges including waste, responsible sourcing, repurposing of materials; air quality; green infrastructure and what technologies and solutions will help address them. Part of UK Construction Week (UKCW) which FREE to attend.
With the rapidly increasing pace of global change and the growing complexity of everyday life, businesses must have one foot in the present and one foot in the future to deliver competitively superior customer experiences.
At this event a panel discussion will focus on what is a good customer experience (cx), challenges faced by specific sectors of the transport industry, the role of technology in cx and what transport organisations are doing to enhance cx at the moment.
Data and Decision Making: Together with KPMG, we invite you to our winter reception focusing on effective analysis of data to optimise business decisions, a challenge faced by most companies in the transport sector.