Driving WinTech Events Series

Driving WinTech Launch Party

Join us on the Holodeck to launch Driving WinTech!

By Nancy Baye

On Wednesday September 6, from 6 pm until 9, Women in Tech World, along with all our friends are celebrating the start of the Driving WinTech tour. Finger Food Studios have generously sponsored this event, inviting us into their space and onto their holodeck!!

We’ll have food, drinks and music of the live variety. There will also be hands-on demos of the HoloLens and Sphero, plus a chance to give a farewell kiss to the Driving WinTech RV. It all happens on Finger Food Studios’ world-class, 25,000 square foot, real life holodeck.

In association with media Partner The State of Women, we hope you can come party with us in style as we send our team on their mission.

The Holodeck at the Finger Food Studios, 2-2520 Davies Avenue, Port-Coquitlam

What happens on the Holodeck, stays on the Holodeck.

But everyone will hear about what happens on the road. #DrivingWinTech

Get your tickets here

Driving WinTech Events Series

Driving WinTech Launch Party

Join us on the holodeck to launch Driving WinTech!

By Nancy Baye

On Wednesday September 6, from 6 pm until 9, Women in Tech World, along with all our friends are celebrating the start of the Driving WinTech tour. Finger Food Studios have generously sponsored this event, inviting us into their space and onto their holodeck!!

We’ll have food, drinks and music of the live variety. There will also be hands-on demos of the HoloLens and Sphero, plus a chance to give a farewell kiss to the Driving WinTech RV. It all happens on Finger Food Studios’ world-class, 25,000 square foot, real life holodeck.

In association with media Partner The State of Women, we hope you can come party with us in style as we send our team on their mission.

The Holodeck at the Finger Food Studios, 2-2520 Davies Avenue, Port-Coquitlam

What happens on the Holodeck, stays on the Holodeck.

But everyone will hear about what happens on the road. #DrivingWinTech

Get your tickets 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.