PLUGinWRO: Women in Tech: political correctness or real benefits? - bilety
Skeptics emphasize that women are less productive and their biological role makes them a risky investment for the company. On the other hand, there are analyzes based on objective numbers indicating benefits for enterprises that practice diversity in the workplace.
On March 12th we want to investigate those practices and find recommendations for actions that affect the profitability and development of companies. Our experts will be discussing universal solutions to be implemented in enterprises at any level - from startups to larger companies. Wewill try to figure out if changes require creating custom made strategies, or maybe there are ideas that can be applied without major preparations.
Our main goal? To make sure that the attendees will leave the meeting with solutions ready to be used in their organizations.
Moderator: Karolina Wasielewska, founder of Girls Gone Tech
Zuzanna Śleszyńska, co-founder of Lettly
Marta Klimowicz, Head of Marketing at Monterail
Paul Wojciechowski, Australian Ambassador to Poland
Konrad Weiske, founder & CEO at SpyroSoft
17.30- Door open, registration / coffee & networking
18.00- Welcome speech by event host, Marcos Bravo, Tooploox
18.05- Who we are? PLUG pitch
18.10- Intro presentation (title TBC)- by Karolina Wasielewska, Girls Gone Tech
18.25- Discussion panel- "Women in Tech: political correctness or real benefits?"
19.20- Interactive networking with the speakers
20.10- After party in Mama Manoush
Would you like to join PLUG and help organize events, expand your business network and gain experience working on valuable projects? Email us on email@example.com
PLUG is a growing team of tech professionals dedicated to spreading awareness about Polish innovation. We organize Polish Tech Day, an exclusive conference in London where the hottest Polish and Polish-British tech companies share their experience in worldwide expansion and discuss the current challenges of the market. We also host regular meetups in San Francisco, London, Wroclaw and - soon - Warsaw.
Connects - by networking events and community networking tools
Inspires - spark new ideas, explain the fast-changing world around us and how the current and future technologies may impact the business and society
Empowers - provide tools, skills and opportunities for personal & business growth and development and lobby for Polish Tech diaspora
We run a number of local and global initiatives that make achieving the above possible.
What else do we do? See our website: weareplug.in.
Organizatorem wydarzenia "PLUGinWRO: Women in Tech: political correctness or real benefits?" jest Fundacja PLUGin