The Driving WinTech tour rolls into Halifax, Nov. 1

Driving WinTech Event Announcements

Driving Women in Tech comes to Halifax for Community Conversations, Nov. 1

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By Raman Kang

Women in Tech World is on the move and heading right towards Halifax, Nova Scotia! As part of our new initiative: Driving Women in Tech, has hit the to drive across Canada to better understand and support women in the technology industry.

Join us in Halifax, Nova Scotia on Wednesday, November 1, 2017, to be part of the conversation. The day will be filled with opportunities to network, share and to hear from a panel of trailblazing women in tech.

This free event is for anyone who: self-identifies as a woman working in the tech industry, or has recently left the field in the past five years. Allies or advocates of women in tech and stakeholders in the tech industry are also welcome!

Through this initiative, we want to define who women in tech are, understand their experiences and create practices for inclusion and promotion. All of our findings will be made into a national report and shared through our media partners to keep the conversation going.

Register for free now!

The Driving WinTech tour rolls into Halifax, Nov. 1

Driving WinTech Event Announcements

Driving Women in Tech comes to Halifax for Community Conversations, Nov. 1

driving-wintech-events-series-community-conversation-halifax

By Raman Kang

Women in Tech World is on the move and heading right towards Halifax, Nova Scotia! As part of our new initiative: Driving Women in Tech, has hit the to drive across Canada to better understand and support women in the technology industry.

Join us in Halifax, Nova Scotia on Wednesday, November 1, 2017, to be part of the conversation. The day will be filled with opportunities to network, share and to hear from a panel of trailblazing women in tech.

This free event is for anyone who: self-identifies as a woman working in the tech industry, or has recently left the field in the past five years. Allies or advocates of women in tech and stakeholders in the tech industry are also welcome!

Through this initiative, we want to define who women in tech are, understand their experiences and create practices for inclusion and promotion. All of our findings will be made into a national report and shared through our media partners to keep the conversation going.

Register for free now!

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.