Tech careers event

Come meet us at the Science Museum in London on 9 February at 6.30pm. Register below.


There’s never been a better time to get into the technology business. Digital is the new normal, transforming how we work and live.


At PwC, as we focus on future innovations, we’re investing in the best and most diverse talent of today and tomorrow. As such, we’re hosting a careers networking event on 9 February for you to meet our people from across our Technology teams and find out what a Technology career at PwC can mean to you.

You’ll have the opportunity to network with our people who’ll take you on a journey to discover our five areas; Digital Trust, Cyber Security, Data and Analytics, Forensic Technology Solutions and Technology Consulting, and hear about the work we do for our clients whilst enjoying canapés and drinks.

The event will take place at the Science Museum where we are currently sponsoring an exciting new exhibition, Our Lives in Data. The explosion of available data in work and our everyday lives is providing the opportunity for organisations and individuals to transform the way we live and do business. The exhibition uncovers some of the diverse ways that data is being collected, analysed and used.

Thank you for your interest in our Technology careers event. Unfortunately due to overwhelming interest sign up to this event is now closed. If you'd like to hear about upcoming vacancies and future events please click the relevant link below.

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"If you're interested in tech, then this is the event for you. Whether you're an undergraduate or experienced professional, we want to meet you. We're delighted to be able to host this unique event after-hours at the Science Museum, and invite you to enjoy an evening with us over some canapes and drinks. On the night you'll meet our data detectives to learn what your phone says about you, and also be able to take advantage of a curated tour of the Our Lives in Data exhibition which we're proudly sponsoring. Its an event not to be missed."

Tom Lewis, UK Data and Analytics Leader PwC


Our lives in data

During this event you’ll have the opportunity to explore the Our Lives in Data exhibition at the Science Museum and see just how much data is being created in our everyday lives. Watch the below videos filmed in the exhibition and see how we’re helping our clients using Data and Analytics; from managing their social media, to analysing oyster card readers and how to create effective data visualisations.


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Good social media governance


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Drawing on our personal data


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Analysing transport data


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