While B.C.’s technology industry is a national leader in many ways that matter — as a startup hub, “unicorn” breeding ground and sub-sector hotspot — there is one area where we can do much more to unlock tech’s full potential: The participation of women.
Finding ways to make the sector stronger is an essential part of BC Tech’s mission. Boosting the number of women in the sector and sharing skills, experiences and techniques for success will do just that.
Our list of recommendations for #WhatWorks Women in Tech Series is now live.
Through a series of solution-oriented events, from roundtable discussions to skills workshops and panels, we aim to boost participation of women in tech and learn from companies that lead in this area like Allocadia, Clevest, Clio, Stemcell, SAP, and many more.
At the end of the series, B.C. Tech will publish our #WhatWorks guide for the industry, a set of practical actionable strategies grounded in real working success stories.
Strategies for a successful tech career from job search through career progression.
Led by David Hargreaves, Vice President, Strategy and Business Development, Seaspan Shipyards
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