women in tech
Tech Ready Women has partnered with tech-focused education provider Academy Xi to launch a $100,000 scholarship fund to encourage women to launch startups.
As the Australian games development industry goes from strength to strength, Girl Geek Academy has announced the launch of an all-woman game making hackathon, SheHacksGames.
A survey found over 65 percent of the Australian workforce would like to see more women in leadership roles, with almost half the women women surveyed stating they would like to pursue a leadership role in the future.
On this International Women’s Day we asked the women leading some of Australia’s fastest-growing tech companies what motivates and inspires them.
While there is still a significant way to go to level the playing field, the Australian innovation ecosystem is home to countless women doing fascinating things and hustling to build the community.
I recently attended an event encouraging women to get involved in the startup ecosystem at the new Sydney Startup Hub. While I applaud the aim of the event, I left with my blood boiling.
The Tech Ready Women incubator program is going online to help women across regional Australia get their startup ideas going.
To be held at Fishburners on International Women’s Day will be a group session helping founders work through a problem, followed by 1:1 office hour slots.
Too long have women contributing great ideas remained silent whilst male colleagues have presented them as their own.
Kate Morris is the founder and CEO of Adore Beauty, an online cosmetics retailer she founded in 1999 after working on the cosmetics counter while at uni.
My Creative Child puts together boxes with art supplies and education packs, including lesson plans, for kids of various ages.
The proportion of female founders has grown from 23.5 percent in 2016 to 25.4 percent this year, while 37 percent of future founders identified as female.
Though the percentage of women in the company has not changed over the last year, Apple has upped the representation of groups historically underrepresented in tech in its new US hires.
Startup Daily recently ran a panel chat with Indigenous female founders and CEOs making a difference in their industries and communities.