Less than 10% of startups’ founders or VCs or even CEOs are females
But things are changing!
A rising number of non profit associations and women powered groups are currently active in Singapore among Corporates, Institutions or associations.
We believe that when women are equally involved in corporate / operational / financial decision making, the outcome could be different. We believe in diversity of thinking and in gender parity. The tech world is fast paced, curious and creative. We also want it to be at the cutting-edge of social development and fairness.
We are called Women in Tech, but we are much more than French women in Tech. We are women and men from diverse nationalities pushing for diversity on a day-to-day basis. We have many volunteers, advocates from different origins. And we want to involve anyone who feels the same urge.
On the business level, we want to be a facilitator between Europe, Amerique and Asia through our worldwide FrenchTech network.
We are already involved in many initiatives and more are coming
– Every week, we highlight one female talent through published interviews or podcasts
There are many ways to get involved in our adventure
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We want to do more…So get in touch with us if you have an idea or a need email us womenfrenchtech at gmail dot com
Please find below our interviews of Female Talents 👇
Hi Shirley, where are you from and what is your background? Born and raised in Singapore, I have been in the IT and Technology……
Hi Stephanie. What do you do and what brought you to Asia? I was born in Japan, went to a boarding school in Paris,……
Hi Bettina, what do you do and what brought you to Asia? Hi Amel! So great to be part of this “women in tech”……
Hi Tanya, what do you do and what brought you to Asia? I am the Managing Partner and Co-Founder of Her Capital, a seed……
Hi Amra, what do you do and what brought you to Asia? I actually originally came to Singapore after leaving my marketing job in……
Chamira Lessigny, Head of Science and Higher Education Section in the Department of Science, Culture and Education of the Embassy of France