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13th March, 2017 10.00am – 5.00pm The National Assembly for Wales, Cardiff Bay, Cardiff, CF99 1NA This WISE event will mark International Women’s Day by celebrating the fabulous contribution women in Wales are making in the fields of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). Sponsor opportunities We have limited availability for sponsors and the cost per sponsor is £3000+vat. This includes opportunities for you to have branding association with the event and WISE via our website and social media, the opportunity to put forward a speaker to take part in the panel discussion and tickets for the event itself. To discuss please contact Sarah Shaw, WISE Communications Director: 07545 208 530 and [email protected] What's On WISE has invited our Royal Patron, HRH The Princess Royal, to open the event, and to meet girls from schools in Wales who have been inspired by Cardiff University and Swansea University to find out more about STEM careers via the WISE People Like Me campaign. The aim of the event is to capture the excitement, rewards and growing opportunities for women with STEM qualifications. The event will be an opportunity for education, business and public sector partners to share practical initiatives which are making a difference to the recruitment, retention and advancement of women scientists and engineers in Wales. We are planning that the Chief Scientific Adviser for Wales, Professor Julie Williams CBE, will chair a panel on the business benefits of gender balanced teams. We will invite the audience to make a personal pledge of commitment to action in line with the recommendations of the Talented Women for a Successful Wales report, published in March 2016. Cost: Free – Invite only

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