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Women in Tech New York

Women in Tech New York

Women in Tech organized a series of Networking events in New York this Summer. On Sunday 18th August, we hosted a Women's Brunch. A nice occasion to meet some incredible women that are actively involved in Tech not only in the Big Apple, but also around the world. We...

Feminine Connection at Work | Lisbon, Portugal

Feminine Connection at Work | Lisbon, Portugal

Women in Tech in partnership with Le Wagon Coding Bootcamp is happy to organize Building Bridges | Feminine Connection At Work is a safe space where women meet to unite. Where professional women experience pure sisterhood. Where women get introduced to new empowerment...

Women in Tech Normandy | Rouen, 20 May 2019

Women in Tech Normandy | Rouen, 20 May 2019

Rouen, 20th May 2019 Women in Tech organised a one-day event in Normandy with the theme: Empowering Women. There were over 200 participants for this first edition and we had the support of many local partners: N Factory, Le Groupe La Poste, SNCF, Engie, Digit, PGS...

Women in Tech Challenge | Paris, France

Women in Tech Challenge | Paris, France

Women in Tech under the patronage of Gender Equality Minister of France, Madame Marlène Schiappa in collaboration with La Chaire eTi de l’IAE Paris Sorbonne Business School and Women’s WorldWideWeb (W4) organized Women in Tech Challenge 2019.The Women in Tech...

Masterclass by Dr. Christyl Johnson | Paris, France

Masterclass by Dr. Christyl Johnson | Paris, France

Women in Tech® in partnership with Chaire ETI, The Guardian, W4.Org, Live In a Living City and Tech days Paris would like to welcome you all to the Masterclass of Dr. Christyl Johnson  Dr. Christyl Johnson, Deputy Director for Technology and Research Investments, NASA...

Women In Tech Actions Lab | London, UK

Women In Tech Actions Lab | London, UK

London, 22nd March 2019 Women in Tech in collaboration with The Guardian organised their first Action Lab. The objective was to gather the best ideas from the whole ecosystem so as to make up a course of actions with concrete solutions. They will be presented to the...

WIT Challenge – Call for Projects 2019

WIT Challenge – Call for Projects 2019

Women in Tech® is happy to announce the WIT Challenge - Call for Projects 2019  Despite decades of progress towards workplace equality, women remain underrepresented in the technology workforce. The figures speak for themselves: according to Eurostat, just 17% of the...

Women In Tech UK Chapter launch | London, UK

Women In Tech UK Chapter launch | London, UK

As a new year has started, Women in Tech® is happy to announce the opening of the UK Chapter.  Candyce Costa will be leading this chapter as our Ambassador. This event will bring together women and men who wish to foster diversity in the tech industry around the UK....

European Digital Skills Awards

European Digital Skills Awards

We are very excited to announce that we have been selected as a finalist for the #EuropeanDigitalSkillsAwards in the category "Digital skills for women and girls" for our #WomeninTeh #Coding #SummerCamp that we organized last Summer with our partner UmaHub. The Coding...

Women in Tech Awards

Women in Tech Awards

Our Women in Tech international Awards took place in Lisbon, the 7th November 2018. We rewarded incredible figures in a range of 13 categories: Woman in ArtTech Award: Ksenia Ashrafullina, Invisible City, Portugal Woman in Communications Award: Katrina German,...

Coding Summer Camp for women and girls

Coding Summer Camp for women and girls

The Coding Summer Tech was a Challenge launched to 50 women and girls around the world to learn how to code. It was organized by Women in Tech® with our partner UmaHub. The idea was simple – during summer break, where most people are on holidays and have some “free”...

The tech world is still a man’s world

The tech world is still a man’s world

One report published by McKinsey in 2016 showed that only 37% of the entry-level roles in tech companies were held by women. That number drops even further the higher up the business ladder you go, with women making up only 25% of senior management roles,...

Unveiling the Secret Language of Code

Unveiling the Secret Language of Code

There once was a time, in a galaxy far away, when coding was the domain of boys and men. Backroom boys were, of course, boys, and gender stereotypes offered limiting role models for girls. Films, games and TV programmes spread the myth across the airwaves,...

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