Women Taking over the World with Tech
Women Taking Over The World With Tech (WTWT) supports women Atlantic Canadian founders, leaders, and employees in the technology sector. The goal of WTWT is for participants to find a new skill, a new mentor, and a broader network and more resources to start, launch, or grow their tech startups. All women working in tech are welcome!
Who can attend? Women connected, or adjacent to, the tech sector, and their supporters. The goal is to connect women in the tech industry.
- Connect with other women in the tech sector.
- Gain skills and knowledge through workshops, mentorship, and events.
- Get the support you need to build and grow your business.
Ways to Get Involved
These intimate conversations bring together women who are industry leaders and professionals to offer a conversation on their experiences and lessons learned with the help of a moderator. There’s also plenty of opportunity to ask questions and network.
Founders, employees, aspiring founders of tech startups, and students are encouraged to talk shop. Arrive ready to meet others in the ecosystem at one of our networking socials.
Learn and enhance skills alongside other women working in tech. Workshop topics will be based on feedback from the community and industry trends.
The WTWT Pitch Competition
Have a unique business or idea you’re hoping to present to a panel of industry leaders? This annual event takes place every spring and is an excellent way to practice your pitch in a safe space, where you can receive feedback from experts.
Catalyst Award: Genesis
Recognizes an organization that has helped create cohesion and growth in the Atlantic Canadian startup ecosystem. This can include: building relationships between organizations in the ecosystem, supporting growth in the startup community, and reducing or removing barriers to startups' success.
Community Leader Award: Minder Singh
Recognizes a company or Founder directly impacting the growth and development of the technology and innovation ecosystem in Atlantic Canada. They demonstrate dedication to the startup community and give back through the donation of time, mentorship and serving as a resource in a peer-to-peer environment.
Disruptor Award: CapIntel
Recognizes an Atlantic Canadian technology startup that has experienced significant success over the past year. Success can be measured in a number of ways, including; innovative technology, solving a technological need, capturing a new sector or market, disruption of a service or market segment, applications of product or service and traction in, or ability to obtain traction in the international marketplace.
Positive Impact – Individual Award: Shelley Hessian
Recognizes an individual who has developed and implemented solutions for social, cultural or environmental issues that benefit the community at large.
Positive Impact – Company Award: Square Roots
Recognizes a company that has developed and implemented solutions for social, cultural and/or environmental issues that benefit the community at large.
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