ANNOUNCEMENT

Trust Square enters into collaboration with Women in Tech DK to create 

Women in Tech Switzerland
Inspiring Diversity



 


Trust Square has created Women In Tech Switzerland in collaboration with Women In Tech Denmark (WIT DK) to inspire women to unfold their potential and thrive in tech.


Are you interested in getting involved as a speaker, participant or sponsor?
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Women in Tech DK 

Women In Tech Denmark was founded in 2015 by a group of female tech entrepreneurs to inspire diversity in the tech industry. Since then, WIT has won several awards, mentored, created job opportunities, connected people, shared inspirational stories and awareness, hosted 40+ events and much more. 


What is in it for you?


We create a network to support our cause, host events with inspirational speakers, share stories, connect people, create job opportunities and much more. 

Our next coming events will be “How To Get More Women Into Tech”, “How Can Women Get Equal Funding” and "How Can We Enable Women To Thrive In Tech".
We will post more details on: 

Facebook: Women in Tech Switzerland

Linkedin Group: Women in Tech Switzerland

Instagram: Womenintechswitzerland

Please follow us!

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WIT Think Tank  

The think tank will develop new ideas, expand the scope of the dialogue and influence the tech environment to be inclusive and diverse. 

If you can add value to our mission, please apply. 

APPLY


Any questions, ideas or input? 

We would like to hear from you, if you know inspiring speakers, female changemakers, have an event proposal, inputs, questions, or want to join our cause.

Just reach out to us. We look forward to hearing from you! 

CONTACT US


Did you know?
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There’s substantial evidence that gender diversity at the management level enhances a company’s performance. Companies with more female executives generate more profit.


Female entrepreneurs are more successful, according to research
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A study from Barclays and the University of Cambridge reveals that only 42 per cent of women claim that their businesses are prospering, in comparison to 62 per cent of men. But on average, businesses run by women are reporting higher pre-tax profits than businesses run by men. The study suggests that female entrepreneurs are simply downplaying their success.

The research also found that women are more ambitious in business, with 50 percent of women keen to start another business in the next three years, compared to less than 20 percent of men.

Nine out of 10 people found to be biased against women
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According to a recent article from the Guardian almost 90% of people are biased against women, according to a new index that highlights the “shocking” extent of the global backlash towards gender equality.

Despite progress in closing the equality gap, 91% of men and 86% of women hold at least one bias against women in relation to politics, economics, education, violence or reproductive rights.

The first gender social norm index analysed data from 75 countries that, collectively, are home to more than 80% of the global population. It found that almost half of people feel men are superior political leaders and more than 40% believe men make better business executives.


Female entrepreneurs face gender bias when raising capital
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More than a third of female entrepreneurs suffer gender bias when they try to raise capital according to a multinational survey referred to in the Financial Times.
 

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