About the event

The tech industry is suffering.

As a remote-first, ever-evolving, male-dominated, redundancy-heavy, overworked workforce – more needs to be done to ensure this industry is supported.

A report from AppDynamics stated that 80% of tech professionals indicated that their jobs have become more complex since the pandemic.

With 89% of tech professionals reported that they feel immense pressure at work and 84% found difficulty switching off from work.

Join us on May 16th, in collaboration with Two Pints Deep and aligning with MentalHealthAwarenessWeek, where we’re bringing together a panel of professionals from across the tech landscape to discuss topics such as burnout, poor workplace culture, imposter syndrome & remote working challenges.

This event is tailored towards culture setters within the tech industry, so if you are a Founder, HR professional or even on the culture committee – we would love to see you there!

  • Date: Thursday, 16th May 2024
  • Time: 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
  • Location: Canva's UK HQ - 33 Hoxton Square, London N1 6PB
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This is an in-person LIVE event and due to the nature of the conversations, won't be recorded. To register your interest in attending, sign up below or reach out to Luke Barrow!

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Guest speakers

Luke Barrow

Founder at Two Pints Deep

Luke is a Principal Consultant at Burns Sheehan as well as the Founder of Two Pints Deep: a men's mental health community and anonymous messaging platform made for the average man, by the average man.

Two Pints Deep is a men's mental health community and anonymous messaging platform. They aim to lower the male suicide statistics by encouraging conversation and removing the negative stigma around vulnerability in men. Their goals include increasing the accessibility to local and national support groups, providing a network for men to find common ground in their struggles and leading the charge in championing the journeys of 'the average lad'.

Alongside his time as a Founder and avid marathon runner, Luke is also a Principal Consultant in our Software Engineering Team in London, specialising in Open Source software and functional programming.



Bianca Errigo

Co-Founder at HumanOS

Bianca Errigo is a wellness expert and co-founder of health optimisation platform HumanOS. Bianca is a qualified CBT and Mindfulness Practitioner, Level 3 Life-coach, Level 4 Advanced Personal Trainer and originally graduated with a BSc in Psychology. She combines over 10'000 hours of 1:2:1 coaching, her education, her own personal journey of grief and burnout during her time in the corporate world of technology services, to now craft and deliver cutting-edge employee wellbeing and performance services.

Bianca specialises in Stress Management, Personal Development, Resilience, Emotional Intelligence, High Performance, Burnout Prevention and Health Optimisation. Her passion for fostering healthier workplaces extends beyond her role at HumanOS.

Sarah Hamilton

Senior Engineer & AWS Community Builder

Sarah Hamilton's journey in tech began after graduating with a Physics degree from Durham University in November 2019. Starting as a web development consultant, she contributed to the digital goals of many start-ups and larger companies, including gaming and video conferencing platforms. As the pandemic forced remote work, she navigated challenges like impostor syndrome, given her non-traditional background in Physics.

Sarah is an active contributor to the tech community, often sharing her expertise at conferences on topics relevant to her field. Behind the scenes, she confronts personal challenges such as confidence issues and navigating the dynamics of being a Northern woman in the male-dominated tech scene. 

Currently, Sarah holds the role of Senior Engineer, contributing to a large e-commerce website with millions of daily visitors, where she utilises cloud technology to drive digital innovation.