BJSS is the annual strategic sponsor partner of Digital Her for 2020. They are the UK’s leading privately-owned IT and business consultancy. As winner of a Queen’s Award for Enterprise, we work with the world’s largest organisations, delivering the IT solutions that millions of people use every day. BJSS has always harnessed technology to help organisations do great things. Conceived in Leeds, UK in 1993, our approach was simple: we differentiated ourselves by the technical excellence of our people, and an unashamedly client-focused delivery culture.


GCHQ is the UK’s Intelligence, Security and Cyber agency. Our purpose is to keep the country and it’s people safe in the real world and online. We work with our partners in Government to counter threats to the UK such as terrorism, serious crime and cyber attack. We also support the armed forces deployed overseas. From WWI to the present day, GCHQ has been bringing together the best minds with the latest technology to protect our nation for 100 years.

Auto Trader

We’ve built a business that is centred around its people, and we’re proud of our inclusive and progressive culture. Our tech and data expertise make us one of the UK’s leading companies and we were named one of the Sunday Times Top 100 Best Companies to Work For in 2018. We’re not simply a website that allows people to buy and sell vehicles. Through the evolution of our digital platforms and innovative data products we make the process of buying and selling cars easier for consumers, retailers and manufacturers.

Manchester Science Partnerships

Manchester Science Partnerships (MSP) is a partnership of universities, hospitals, local councils, and industry. It supports a vibrant community of over 300 science and technology businesses across three campuses - Manchester Science Park, Citylabs and Alderley Park. It provides world-class facilities and a specialist programme of business support to help companies of all sizes in the life sciences, digital and advanced engineering sectors to grow. MSP is working with its industry-leading customers on Digital Her; providing insight and learning from some of the world’s leading innovative tech and digital minds

Manchester City Football Club

Sponsors for the Manchester leg of our Digital Her Roadshow. Manchester City understand the importance of being innovative and are always focused on digital trends as technology within football continues to evolve. Manchester City are passionate about providing opportunities for young women in the local area, encouraging them to learn and immerse themselves in the digital world. We are looking forward to working closely with them and hope this event will be a huge success in inspiring a passion for technology.

Brother UK

Sponsors for the Tameside leg of our Digital Her Roadshow. Brother UK Ltd is an information communication technology business, supplying a complete range of technology products and services from, printers, scanners, label machines and business solutions. We thrive to deliver sustained successes to help people and businesses be more successful, more quickly. Delivering the best technology solutions that improve performance, productivity, efficiency and information security for customers. We understand we can only achieve growth through growing others. Ensuring we create a sustainable future for all we continue to work towards the global Sustainable Development Goals in relation to our Responsible Business Programme which focuses on 3 pillars (Empowering People, Committed to the Community and Supporting a Greener Earth), ensures we are valued partners for the future. We are ‘At your side’.

Institute of coding

The Institute of Coding (IoC) is a large national consortium of educators, employers and outreach organisations that is committed to co-developing new courses and activities that will help a larger and more diverse group of learners into digital careers. The IoC is focused on providing a fresh and disruptive approach to digital learning that incorporates industry input at all points and keeps the focus on diversity and inclusion. This means we work with our partners to: remove the barriers that discourage people from digital education and careers, provide different ways to access digital education at the degree level and above, and design events, courses and training that suit the needs of learners.


Digital Her has a number of wider community supporters who also help make the work we do possible. Thank you to all of these fantastic organisations for their continued support and commitment to our mission.