Driving WinTech Events Series

Martini Mixer at Yaletown Brewing Company

Women in Tech World Martini Mixer @ Yaletown Brewing Company

Martinis, networking, and music – oh my! What could be better on a Thursday night?

Yaletown Brew Pub and Women in Tech World hosted a fundraiser for Women in Tech World’s  Driving WinTech initiative.

It was an awesome kickoff to the long weekend. For an entry fee of just $10, guests enjoyed three different cocktails or local beer, networked with like-minded people and were treated to great live music. Volunteers, friends and co-workers of Women in Tech World were there, along with curious passers-by. Networking is that much better when the crowd comes from varied backgrounds. Women in Tech World is grateful for the wide range of people who took a chance and came out to mingle.

Prizes included a $100 gift card from Yaletown Brew Pub. Proceeds from the 50/50 raffle were kindly donated back to Women in Tech World by the dashing winner! A silent auction featured great swag: a $100 gift card from Respect Your Universe, a Rejuvenating Body Spa Dia Spa Energizante Package (for a glorious one hour massage and relaxing facial treatment), a Floathouse Karma Pack (for three floats), a one-month membership to YWCA Metro Vancouver, and a one-month unlimited pass to BarreFitness Yaletown. A big thank you to our amazing sponsors who provided the prizes.

The night was a huge success. Ticket proceeds, 50/50 draw and silent auction bids raised $1400! A special shout out of thanks to Dallas at Yaletown Brew Pub for helping organize the event. We thank the incredible Events team at Women in Tech World who ran a fun and seamless event.

Did you miss out? Not to worry – Women in Tech World will be hosting more fun stuff soon. Our Driving WinTech initiative heads out on September 6, 2017. Come join us for the launch party!

Find out more about Driving WinTech here!

Driving WinTech Events Series

Martini Mixer at the Yaletown Brewing Company

Women in Tech World Martini Mixer @ Yaletown Brewing Company

Martinis, networking, and music – oh my! What could be better on a Thursday night?

Yaletown Brew Pub and Women in Tech World hosted a fundraiser for Women in Tech World’s  Driving WinTech initiative.

It was an awesome kickoff to the long weekend. For an entry fee of just $10, guests enjoyed three different cocktails or local beer, networked with like-minded people and were treated to great live music. Volunteers, friends and co-workers of Women in Tech World were there, along with curious passers-by. Networking is that much better when the crowd comes from varied backgrounds. Women in Tech World is grateful for the wide range of people who took a chance and came out to mingle.

Prizes included a $100 gift card from Yaletown Brew Pub. Proceeds from the 50/50 raffle were kindly donated back to Women in Tech World by the dashing winner! A silent auction featured great swag: a $100 gift card from Respect Your Universe, a Rejuvenating Body Spa Dia Spa Energizante Package (for a glorious one hour massage and relaxing facial treatment), a Floathouse Karma Pack (for three floats), a one-month membership to YWCA Metro Vancouver, and a one-month unlimited pass to BarreFitness Yaletown. A big thank you to our amazing sponsors who provided the prizes.

The night was a huge success. Ticket proceeds, 50/50 draw and silent auction bids raised $1400! A special shout out of thanks to Dallas at Yaletown Brew Pub for helping organize the event. We thank the incredible Events team at Women in Tech World who ran a fun and seamless event.

Did you miss out? Not to worry – Women in Tech World will be hosting more fun stuff soon. Our Driving WinTech initiative heads out on September 6, 2017. Come join us for the launch party!

Find out more about Driving WinTech here!

Everyone knows that we are living in an increasingly tech-enabled world. Not surprisingly, this is reflected in the number of jobs that are now available in the tech industry. The problem is, while the Computer Science workforce has grown by 60% since 1991, the percentage of young women going into the industry has declined (Stats Canada 2011). This needs to change.