WARSAW - IT & TECH HUB FOR FEMALE TALENTS
Wonderful women of new technologies – students, professionals and CEOs’ of the most innovative global technology companies will meet in Warsaw this coming November to discuss the future of IT and Big Engineering, develop networks, explore career opportunities, and to learn from and inspire each other.
The Warsaw Summit will become a center of discussion about the future of technology and its social impact, and about women contribution in this vital area.
“Perspektywy Women in Tech Summit” will be the first such event in the Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia (CEE&CA) addressed to female IT students and professionals. A record number of 1000 participants is expected from Poland, other European Union countries and Ukraine, Belarus, Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan. The Warsaw Summit will become a center of discussion about the future of technology and its social impact, and about women contribution in this vital area.
The Summit will create a meeting space for the female talents in technology. The participants will have the opportunity to listen to and meet the managers of the biggest global technology companies, to update their scientific and technical knowledge and to gain the tools for development of their own professional careers.
An accompanying Career Fair for students, with present offers from the top technology companies that place special emphasis on supporting and employing women, and interested in building a diversity culture in their organizations. Universities and IT faculties will present their achievements and establish contacts with high tech businesses.
Mariya Gabriel, the EU Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society will honor the Summit as its Special Guest.
Talented students and young IT engineers from the East can apply for a grants enabling them to participate in this event.
We believe in the potential of women in technology, science and innovation; in their power to change the world for the better.
Dr. Bianka Siwinska
CEO, Perspektywy Education Foundation