Become a Liverpool Girl Geek official 2017 partner by joining our new membership scheme, designed to showcase companies in Merseyside who care about Diversity – specifically the recruitment and retention of women in Digital and Technology.


Our mission is to inspire as many females as possible to enter and remain in the digital and technology sector in Merseyside.

Why become a member?

The Liverpool Girl Geek membership offer has been created with recruitment and policy in mind. Not only will this scheme support the work that is needed to fulfil our mission, but it will also showcase the innovative organisations here in the North West who already recognise the need for equality and diversity in the sector.

By becoming a Liverpool Girl Geek member, your company will benefit from our bespoke consultancy services. For instance, we can help you to develop diversity policies and robust recruitment practices. If you commit to advancing gender diversity with us, you will become a pioneering ‘role model’ company that we will showcase.

With your support we can make a change and create opportunities for future generations.

What do you get?

Both premium and proud members benefit from the following services;

LGG media pack, including logo’s for your website.

Tickets to LGG events, workshops and member only breakfasts.

Social media and blog posts broadcast to a well established audience.

Speaker opportunities at our events.

Consultancy, support and industry insights.

Jobs board listings.

How do we become a member?

We want to ensure that all of our members are the right partners for us, those who are truly committed to diversity. That’s why in the first year of the scheme we will only be working with 12 companies on the pilot.

Enquire by emailing us and we will send you a membership document and take you for a coffee!

Having diverse digital teams ultimately creates a better solution and can change the world…I applaud the work that Liverpool Girl Geeks are doing in this area to help raise awareness and redress the gender balance.

Amanda Follit, Head of Digital Operations, Amaze

One of the ways to tackle the gender imbalance in this sector is to educate girls and young women to show them the possibilities of working in technology. We support Liverpool Girl Geeks and their vision.

Danielle Haugedal-Wilson (Head of Architecture – Co-op Digital)