Category: Women in Tech

Kate Oliver joined FDM Group back in 2015 after graduating from the University of Southampton with a 2:1 in physics. Her love for technology fuelled her to join FDM’s graduate scheme. She is currently based in London, placed at the Royal Bank of Scotland as a Consultant Application Support Analyst. How did you get into […]

Whether it is down to discrimination, limited options or believing that there is a lack of employability, many girls around the world shy away from a career in the tech industry. In today’s society, only 17% of females in the UK make-up the tech workforce, International Girls in ICT Day aims to change that. April […]

At FDM, innovation and development are not only values for technology, but also in all fields of the business. The recruitment team in Germany are always thinking about how they can reach out to their target audience more effectively in order to develop and extend successful recruitment methods. Job adverts, careers fairs, university cooperation and […]

On Thursday 8th February, FDM hosted an everywoman forum. Where school and university students, university careers services, FDM staff and consultants came together to tune into the everywoman in tech discussion. The session showcased industry experts who discussed some of the challenges associated within the tech industry. The event also allowed guests to get involved […]

My name is Jennifer Frank and I am currently undergoing vocational training at FDM Group in Frankfurt. I chose to do vocational training as an office clerk to gain a broader understanding of the field.  Vocational training in Germany is an optional system for school leavers to learn on the job rather than in a classroom. The training can go in either a business or technical direction, lasts two to three years, with a chance to become a permanent member of staff at […]