• 14 March 2024 •

Join us at Bletchley Park for
the Diversity in Tech roadshow

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Tech Talent Charter's roadshows are a series of in-person events held across the UK, that bring together D&I advocates, tech and business leaders to discuss the challenges, progress and opportunities to improve inclusion in tech.

Following the launch of our highly-anticipated Diversity in Tech Report, the Tech Talent Charter, powered by BAE Systems Digital Intelligence, will host a Diversity in Tech roadshow on 14th March at the home of codebreaking: Bletchley Park. We invite you to join us at this historic location to explore the latest statistics and insights on diversity and inclusion in tech.


At the event you’ll hear the latest data and insights from the new (2024) Diversity in Tech report, based on data from over 700 UK organisations. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from an expert leadership panel, meet and network with senior business leaders  in tech, HR and D&I, and participate in roundtable discussions to share thoughts and ideas. The key focus areas of this event will be:

  • Women in Tech: inspiration, retention and career development
  • Social mobility in tech
  • Neurodiversity in tech

The event will provide refreshments and lunch. After the roadshow finishes, all attendees will have the opportunity to take a guided tour of Bletchley Park.

Register your interest for the waitlist now

This event is free to attend, thanks to the generous support of our sponsor, BAE Systems Digital Intelligence. We would love you to join us. Please complete the registration form on this page to register your interest for the waitlist.

Date: 14 March 2024
Time: 10:00 - 14:00 
Venue: the Fellowship Auditorium at Bletchley Park, Sherwood Dr, Bletchley, Milton Keynes, MK3 6EB - View in Google Maps  

About Bletchley Park

We are delighted to announce that the event will take place at Bletchley Park, a historically significant location in both the field of technology and D&I due to the inspirational women who worked there as codebreakers during World War II. Bletchley Park was at the forefront of early computer technology, with 75% of the workforce being women. The ideas, methodologies, and technological innovations developed at Bletchley contributed significantly to the subsequent evolution of computing. The TTC is thrilled to hold this event at Bletchley Park, especially after its recent hosting of the global AI Safety Summit.

Bletchley Park history

How to get there and accessibility information

By train: Bletchley Park is a few minutes walk from Bletchley train station. London Northwestern Railway offers direct services from London Euston (approx 40 minutes), Birmingham New Street and Milton Keynes. Visit the London North Western Railway website to book train tickets or plan a journey via Trainline.

By car: Junction 13 off the M1. Using Sat-Nav? Please enter Sherwood Drive MK3 6DS as the postal address may take you to the wrong location. There is free on-site parking available for cars, but please be aware that on busy event days alternative parking may need to be found. The car park includes disabled parking spaces and two electric car charging points for visitors to use.

For further information on how to get there, please see here. For further information on accessibility at Bletchley Park, please see here


Theresa Palmer

Theresa Palmer, Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion at BAE Systems Digital Intelligence

Karen Blake headshot

Karen Blake,
Co-CEO at
Tech Talent Charter

Binda Patel 150px

Binda Patel,
Director of Innovation at The Sutton Trust

Stuart Lynch 150px

Stuart Lynch,
Head of Digital Capability at
Justice Digital

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