Women in Tech Israel proudly presents: the Startup Lifecycle Workshop The “Startup Lifecycle” presentation by Ben Wiener, managing partner of Jumpspeed Partners, covers the three
Women in Tech Israel proudly presents: the Startup Lifecycle Workshop
The “Startup Lifecycle” presentation by Ben Wiener, managing partner of Jumpspeed Partners, covers the three stages that every successful startup must go through, with an emphasis on the first stage – what do you need to get started and get past the initial obstacles to make your startup a success?
The other half hour of the workshop will be dedicated to the testimony of a female founder of Genetika+, Talia Cohen Solal, which developed personalized treatment with a simple 3 steps test for patient depression. Learn from her successes and challenges during this conference.
There will be 10-15 minutes for Q&A.
About our Guests:
Ben Wiener is the Managing Partner of Jumpspeed Ventures, a VC fund that invests exclusively in Jerusalem-based, early-stage startups. He founded Jumpspeed in 2014. Before that, Ben was a business development executive at a number of companies, co-founder of two startups, and originally a corporate lawyer and a clerk on Israel’s Supreme Court.
Leading a fast-growing startup developing new tools for Personalized Medicine in Major Depression with demonstrated success in Fundraising, Sales, Team Building, and Project Management. Experienced Neuroscientist with a demonstrated history in academia and biotech. Skilled in Cellular and Molecular Biology, Biotechnology and Drug Discovery. Gained a Ph.D. focused on mechanisms of major mental illness.
September 9 (Wednesday) 19 h 00 min - October 9 (Friday) 20 h 00 min
New research has revealed the importance of Role Models for girls and women of all ages in STEM. In this 4-part Masterclass series, you will learn from experts and Role Models
New research has revealed the importance of Role Models for girls and women of all ages in STEM. In this 4-part Masterclass series, you will learn from experts and Role Models in the field of Tech, and become a next generation Role Model for women and girls of all ages in STEM!
When? One 2-hour Course each month, 19:00 – 21:00 CET, September through December 2020!
Where? Online .. sign up now to claim your seat in this unique Masterclass series and be prepared to participate in ALL 4 COURSES to maximize your learning and experience!
Thurs 10 September 2020, 19:00 – 21:00 CET:
- 1st Course: YOUR PERSONA
- Welcome & Introduction!
- Programme: Storytelling, Pitching Ideas, and Crafting Your Resume/CV
Thurs 8 October 2020, 19:00 – 21:00 CET:
- 2nd Course: YOUR PASSIONS
- Presentations by Role Models on Key Learning from Course #1
- Programme: Personal Brand, Deep Mining your Passions-Values-Talents, and Rockstar Media Presence
Thurs 12 November 2020, 19:00 – 21:00 CET:
- 3rd Course: YOUR PRESENCE
- Presentations by Role Models on Key Learning from Course #2
- Programme: Authentic Leadership, Mentoring and Mentee-ing, and Building your Power Network
Thurs 10 December 2020, 19:00 – 21:00 CET:
- Presentations by Role Models on Key Learning from Course #3
- Wrap Up, Pay it Forward
- Role Model Graduation!
Let’s close the gap together for girls and women in tech and become the Role Models we want to see!
September 10 (Thursday) 19 h 00 min - December 10 (Thursday) 21 h 00 min
Earlier this year, events transpired that have changed the way we work forever. Without warning or preparation, we were thrust into the brave new world of remote working. The Guardian and
Earlier this year, events transpired that have changed the way we work forever. Without warning or preparation, we were thrust into the brave new world of remote working.
The Guardian and our colleagues at other media outlets have had to make considerable and uncomfortable changes and have experienced cultural challenges in supporting colleagues to go fully remote. Of course their technology departments will have played a big part in enabling this effort as well.
Did the in-house technology team have to rally to provide tooling? Were there changes or plans for 2020 in the organisation that had to be switched up? Did innovation suffer or thrive under the circumstances?
We would like to invite you to join us for a free event on how news production has had to be transformed into a remote-friendly operation.
Our outstanding panel will include David Blishen, group product manager and Kirsten Broomhall, production editor, both from The Guardian, as well as Nathan Good, product manager from the BBC and Emily Wilson, head of home news at Channel 4.
The panel will be chaired by Sabina Bejasa-Dimmock, engineering manager at The Guardian.
(Tuesday) 16 h 00 min - 17 h 00 min
🧑🏭Special Women in Tech event announcement "Yes, Women Can!" Women working in Heavy Asset industries. Did you know, that in Russia, some professions are forbidden for women? In fact, for example,
🧑🏭Special Women in Tech event announcement “Yes, Women Can!” Women working in Heavy Asset industries.
Did you know, that in Russia, some professions are forbidden for women? In fact, for example, only starting as of January 2021, will women be given the right to be a train conductor.
We have met with women around the world who work in Heavy Asset industries and we were fascinated with their paths and stories. They all faced hurdles in their careers that many might consider impossible for women to handle. But they did not let this stop them!
We want to share their stories to inspire you and show that Yes, Women Can!
Program October 6
18:00 – 18:15 – Introduction, Elina Valeeva, Ambassador of Women in Tech Russia, Dr. Cara Antoine, President and Chairwoman of Advisory Board of Women in Tech Netherlands
18:15 – 18:30 – Bettina Bachmann, Managing Director of twoB Consulting GmbH
18:30 – 18:45 – Elvira Wallis, Senior Vice President, Global Head of Internet of Things at SAP
18:45 – 19:00 – Liana Meliksetyan, Chief operating officer at Zyfra Company
19:00 – 19:15 – Polina Vasilenko, CEO and Founder of HelioRec, ex. Schlumberger
19:15 – 19:55 – Panel discussion and Q&A
19:55 – 20:00 – Closing Remarks
(Tuesday) 18 h 00 min - 20 h 00 min
Being future fit is about having the tools, thinking and agility to reinvent yourself and navigate in a world that is rapidly changing. Our new world of work has been evolving
Being future fit is about having the tools, thinking and agility to reinvent yourself and navigate in a world that is rapidly changing.
Our new world of work has been evolving at a rapid pace over the last few years. This is leaving many of us with questions like, “how can we brace ourselves for the inevitable?” Retirement from the job you started in, is almost non-existent nowadays.
Navigating the New Paradigms of Work uses a new tool that Leah Kitoloh designed and developed. The 4C tool (Celebrate, Connect, Collaborative, Create) helps you to prepare for the unavoidable evolution in the world of work; it is also a purpose-centred tool to enable individuals to remain relevant and active in the rapidly evolving industries in which we work.
Join us for a great connect fire chat with Leah Kitoloh as we share insights on:
– Demystifying the Human Experience in the evolution of work.
– Deliberately building a meaningful, purpose-driven legacy.
– Establishing a Social Currency Net Worth to operate in a gig economy
You wouldn’t want to miss out on this exciting event!
(Thursday) 16 h 00 min - 17 h 00 min
⭐WEBINAR ANNOUNCEMENT: YOUTH AMBASSADORS, Getting Girls Into TECH⭐ What is it going to take to close the gender gap and get more girls into Tech? This energetic session is full of dynamic
⭐WEBINAR ANNOUNCEMENT: YOUTH AMBASSADORS, Getting Girls Into TECH⭐
What is it going to take to close the gender gap and get more girls into Tech?
This energetic session is full of dynamic speakers who will explore the topic at depth with us. You will undoubtedly walk away with new ideas on what you can do for yourself and those around you to contribute to increasing the number of girls in Tech.
Hear from Sahar Yadegari, who will describe the gender stereotyping she observes in the Education system and interventions that can be taken. She will share ideas on what the professional world could look like for young women in Tech.
Tanisha Sharma will help you build your confidence by overcoming the “Imposter Syndrome” and share examples of how she has worked to overcome it herself at school and in her career.
Listen to Rashmi Sharma who will discuss the importance of creating visibility and the right moments to expose young girls to the amazing world of tech and how to engage and excite them early on.
And Demi den Daas will inspire and challenge you to get started on your own initiative and give you tips on how to help others grow.
⭐Let’s close the gender gap together by getting MORE girls into Tech!⭐
(Thursday) 18 h 30 min - 20 h 00 min