Supercharge your career
The third annual European Women in Technology conference brings together 3,000 of Europe’s leading lights in technology for two days of keynote speakers, personal development workshops, technical classes and networking opportunities. It’s an opportunity to learn what it takes to progress and flourish in the tech sector.
The acclaimed event takes place on 28 and 29 November 2018 at the RAI Exhibition and Convention Centre in Amsterdam. Previous editions in 2016 and 2017 both sold out.
Smash that ceiling
Over 100 speakers will be on hand to share their experiences as industry leaders – and how to succeed in a male-dominated field. The line-up is inspiringly diverse. Here are just a few unmissable highlights!
Founder and CEO of Spectacular Speaking, Olivia Schofield, will speak about pumping up your presentation skills – along with your perceived worth.
Valeria Pagano, head of sales at German online data marketing company OnMaCon, will present tips and tricks on harnessing your own inner – and honest – salesperson.
Academic researcher Gunay Kazimzade at Berlin’s Technical University will focus on the gender and racial biases that exist in AI and suggest opportunities in how to address these problems.
Bee Hayes-Thakore, director of business enablement at the IoT Services Group of Arm, will explore the big future of “Little Data”.
For the full line-up of speakers, visit their site: European Women in Technology.
Make that pitch
The conference also emphasises giving startups and scale-ups the opportunity to showcase their products, services and brand in front of major companies, key influencers and decision makers.
With confirmed sponsors including Microsoft for Startups, eBay, Facebook, Uber, IBM, Google, Amazon and many others, European Women in Tech is the perfect platform for small companies to inexpensively make connections, form partnerships and build a client book.
Previous years have sold out quickly. So book your tickets here.
Startups and scaleups looking to exhibit or become a sponsor are advised to reach out in time. More info here.