Women in Tech: How We #ChoosetoChallenge
What do career paths look like for women in tech? How can more women be inspired to pursue a career in tech? And what can tech companies actively do to close the gender gap? We're set to discuss this with leading female figures in the tech scene including Petra Jenner, Country Leader, Salesforce Switzerland; Doina Popa, Head of Sales Technology, UiPath; Lucia Falkenberg, Chief People Officer, eco Association; and role models such as Tijen Onaran, CEO + Founder Global Digital Women. Join Salesforce, the Salesforce Bring Women Back to Work initiative and eco #LIT - Ladies in Tech to celebrate International Women's Day and the achievements of women in tech. We're happy to invite you to join us: Participation is free of charge. The online event will be held in English.
date 2021/03/08 placeOnline
Online Panel: Women in Tech - An Interactive Event
Women in Tech discussion about AI and Blockchain, Bitcoin, Agile Testing and Team support in times of Corona. Speakers: Maria Minaricova, Director of Business Development, Fetch.AI; Emi Lorincz, Business Development Director, Ledger; Mirela Blaschke, Software Test Engineer, ZIC Ltd; Kasia Michalak, Business Development Manager, Bee Talents.
date 2020/11/30 placeWebinar
Online Panel: Women in Tech discussion about Blockchain...
Connecting and empowering women active in technology - Speakers: Leyla Arsan, CEO, TAGES & Partner, PlasticTwist; Çağla Gül Şenkardeş, CEO, MenaPay; Gökçe Phillips, CEO, CryptoIndexSeries; Ayşegül Şensoy, Business Developer, XYZ Technologies
date 2020/11/25 placeWebinar
Women in Tech - How to Access the World’s Greatest Untapped Talent Pool
It’s no secret that, in the Internet industry, there are currently far less women employed as specialists than men. Where do we stand in the area of gender diversity? What lies behind these facts and figures? And, most importantly, how do we get to grips with the challenges that need to be tackled now? This is the subject of an up-and-coming international webinar, to be co-hosted on 24 September by the global Internet Society (ISOC), the European-based eco – Association of the Internet Industry (eco Association), and the US-based Internet Infrastructure Coalition (i2Coalition).
date 2020/09/24 placeWebinar
More Women in Tech: A Serious Competitive Advantage for...
It’s no secret that, in the Internet industry, there are currently far less women employed as specialists than men. Across the globe, women represent just one quarter of tech specialists, while in Europe, just one sixth of such roles are occupied by women. In order to support companies in their efforts to access the world’s greatest untapped pool of talent, today the eco Association has published a study and guide “Women in Tech Across the Globe: A Good Practice Guide for Companies”.
Women in Tech Across the Globe: A Good Practice Guide for...
To support companies in their efforts to access the world’s greatest untapped pool of talent, the eco Association has published a study and guide “Women in Tech Across the Globe: A Good Practice Guide for Companies”.
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eco survey for International Women’s Day shows: Prejudices on women’s IT and technology are still prevalent
Women have little interest in IT and technology: This is an opinion actually still held by almost 40 per cent (38.6 %) of Germans. A survey conducted by the research institute Civey on behalf of eco – Association of the Internet Industry, which asked for reasons why the proportion of women in IT professions is so low, came to this conclusion.