With this years tech awards we continue our drive to shine a light on the amazing talent the tech ecosystem has in the West Midlands. To that end we have been on the search to find hosts for our annual awards, two individuals that represent the community and can lead us on our night of celebration.

Our search is over and it is with great pleasure we announce the hosts for this years Silicon Canal Birmingham Tech Awards.

Naomi Watts

 

Naomi Watts

Naomi is a huge advocate for the Birmingham Tech Community having been involved with DIDFest and Birmingham Tech Week this year, alongside her day job with Tech Nation as the Midland’s Entrepreneur Engagement Manager. She’d describes herself as a personified LinkedIn, connecting people, companies and initiatives across the city, region and even the rest of the UK.

Alistair Hey

Alistair Hey

Alistair is a Software Developer working here in Birmingham. He organises a number of community meetups and events, spends most of his time at his computer and loves to talk about technology and our industry. He has a particular interest in DevOps and can usually be found at one of the city’s DevOps meetups or contributing to open source projects.

Molly Thompson
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Molly Thompson

Hi, I’m the Community Engagement Officer for Silicon Canal (CIC), where I am connecting, supporting and promoting individuals and companies in the tech community, from startups and freelancers to SME’s and multinationals, with the aim of making the West Midlands the very best region for people living and working in technology.

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