We’re happy to announce that we’re taking Women In Tech to Almedalen. Join us on July 1st when we arrange the first WIT@Almedalen where the amazing Karin Nilsdotter, CEO of Spaceport Sweden, will share an motivating speech how we can be inspired by the limitless boundaries of space.
When: 5 pm – 7 pm July 1st Where: PicHit Head Quarters, Södra Kyrkogatan 3, Visby Price: Free!
Agenda: 5pm – Doors open
5.30pm – Introduction by Karin Zingmark, CMO-Lead Microsoft
5.40pm – “Limitless Boundaries” by Karin Nilsdotter, CEO of Spaceport Sweden
6pm – Networking
Wanna meet up outside of Sweden next International Women’s Day? Please drop a line in the comment field and tell us where and we’ll try and get some awesome people together in different locations around the world in 2016.
The Women in Tech 2015 event was held at Musikaliska in Stockholm on March 6th and was also live streamed for free on Viaplay. Missed it? No need to worry – Viaplay has now put the recordings on the Viaplay blog for you to experience the inspirational speakers and the exciting interviews. Enjoy!
The Women in Tech 2015 event is now fully booked and if you secured a spot you should by now have got an invite via email and downloaded your ticket.
There has been an enormous interest for the event with several hundred people on the waitlist. However, if you didn’t receive an invite we have some good news – Viaplay Sverige will live stream the event for all to see!
The streaming site viaplay.se/wit2015 will be up and running from tomorrow and the event will begin at 13.00 and end at 18.00.
Isa, the young talented singer from Swedish Melodifestivalen gives an exclusive performance at Women in Tec 2015 and shows her support for the cause. Isa performed at WIT2014 and has since last year become a well-known name in the Swedish music industry.
– I know how important tech is, no matter what you work with, especially in my field – music. This is also why it’s so important that more women knows that you can work with tech in many different areas, and that is great fun, says Isa Tengblad.
The program for the Women in Tech 2015 event is now official.
We are happy to announce the presence of business power women Mia Brunell Livfors and YouTube superstar Clara Henry who will be joining us at Musikaliska on March 6th along with many other great entrepreneurs, inspiring business leaders, young talents, amazing start up entrepreneurs and international stars.
The WIT Foundation recognises the accomplishments of women in technology, and the organisations that recognise their value, through a variety of awards. Alongside the glory, the award winners can also expect great prizes to be received in 2015.
WIT Student of Vision Award WIT Student of Vision Award recognises a student who has a unique vision of making a difference in media and technology, and has already started making initiatives – large or small – to realise that vision. The Student of Vision is passionate about innovative technologies and inspires others to broaden the participation of women in media and technology.
WIT Leadership Award WIT Leadership Award recognises a leading woman who has led an important technology development or innovation, made a significant contribution to the media and technology industries, and inspires others.
WIT Entrepreneurial Award WIT Entrepreneurship Award recognises a female entrepreneur that possesses the drive, managerial skills and leadership traits that inspire others to follow her lead. She has created a successful and viable media or technology venture startup (within a larger organisation or stand-alone), turning it from idea to finished product through assertive risk taking and innovation.
We’re happy to announce that the registration for the 2015 event is now open. Update: Thank you for signing up for the WIT2015 event. The pre-registration is now closed and those who are selected to attend the event will get access to their free ticket on the 3rd of March at the latest.
When: 1 pm – 9 pm March 6th Where: Musikaliska, Nybrokajen 11, Stockholm Agenda: To be announced Price: Free!