Looking to fill more open tech positions with women, WomenHack makes its first stop in Asia.
Headquartered in San Francisco, WomenHack Events first started a year ago to overwhelming response from start-ups and companies all over the San Francisco Bay Area showing their support for diversity and inclusive hiring.
Believing that diversity strengthens teams and forging forward with our mission to present more economic opportunities to women in tech roles, WomenHack Events traveled to various major cities bringing together companies who are hiring and talented women in tech (developers, UI/UX designers, and PMs).
WomenHack has now worked with over 1,500+ women talents and over 450+ companies, from over 26 cities in 7 different countries. Tomorrow, WomenHack will be going to Singapore for the first time in a bid to help fill more open tech positions in Asia with women.
Our events aim to help diverse companies and talented women talents in tech roles meet each other in a casual setting. How, you ask? Through the time-honored technique of speed dating. Lasting around 2 to 3 hours per event, attendees of WomenHack Events can generally expect to be introduced to the hiring landscape in their region, to learn more about different companies, and meet not just the companies, but also their fellow peers in the industry.
nuTonomy’s mission is to radically improve the safety, efficiency, and accessibility of transportation in cities worldwide. To fulfill this mission, they’ve assembled a world-class team of engineers and scientists who are committed to developing the world’s premier autonomous vehicle technology.
They envision a future where fleets of nuTonomy-powered autonomous vehicles are available where you need them, when you need them, in cities from Singapore to San Francisco. By eliminating accidents due to driver error and maximizing vehicle utilization, nuTonomy will enable safer roads and a healthier planet.
They have a gender diversity of 20% women in their workforce, and are looking to balance that ratio. Their perks and benefits include: Equal Pay, Flexible work schedules, Paid Maternity Leave, and Start-up baby costs coverage/bonus.
SGInnovate believes that Singapore has all the resources and capabilities needed to tackle ‘hard problems’ that matter to people around the world. Their mission is to enable ambitious and capable individuals and teams imagine, start, build, and scale globally-relevant technologies. SGInnovate’s priority is to work with deeply-technical founders that have research-originated IP at the core of their company. Focusing on areas including Healthcare and Transportation, they are prioritizing efforts around Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, and Blockchain. SGInnovate is a private-limited company wholly owned by the Singapore Government.
They have a gender diversity of 53% women in their workforce, and their perks and benefits include: Equal Pay, Flexible work schedules, Paid Maternity Leave, Unpaid maternity leave, and Adoption Benefits.
ThoughtWorks, passionate technologists, provide software delivery, pioneering tools and consulting for organizations with ambitious missions. In other words, they build innovative and game changing software. Their focus is not just on creating solutions suited to our client’s needs, but also on getting it done quickly, giving them the competitive advantage that they need. They’re a community of equals – everyone is a leader, and every voice is heard.
They have a gender diversity of 32% women in their workforce, and their perks and benefits include: Equal Pay, Flexible work schedules, Women Leadership and Mentoring Groups, Education Reimbursement, and Paid Maternity Leave.
PALO IT was established in 2009 and is an experienced Agile Design & Development consultancy. It is also a great place to work at — at PALO IT, they are driven by a vision and strong core values. With the audacity to dream big, the willingness to share with others, and the enthusiasm and commitment to build digital technology, PALO IT hope to create a better world.
They have a gender diversity of 36% women in their workforce, and their perks and benefits include: Equal Pay, Flexible work schedules, Wellness programs, Women Leadership and Mentoring Groups, Education Reimbursement, Paid Maternity Leave, Unpaid maternity leave, Adoption Benefits, Start-up baby costs coverage/bonus, and Reimbursement for fertility treatments.
ReFUEL4, winner of Facebook’s 2016 Innovator of the Year, is the world’s leading online ad creative management platform. They are also an official Facebook, Instagram, Google, and Snapchat Marketing Partner. ReFUEL4 delivers quality ad designs from their global pool of 10,000 creative talents backed by real time AI capable of predicting ad performance and fatigue.
They have a gender diversity of 40% women in their workforce, and their perks and benefits include: Equal Pay, Flexible work schedules, and Paid Maternity Leave.
Converzion specializes in data driven performance. They combine the best consulting, performance media and marketing execution capabilities in market to deliver human centered data-driven solutions that identify and meet the objectives of businesses.
They have a gender diversity of 53% women in their workforce, and their perks and benefits include: Equal Pay, Flexible work schedules, Women Leadership and Mentoring Groups, and Personalized attention to your career and professional development goals.
Ackcio empowers the world’s most challenging industries with extremely reliable wireless monitoring solutions. As a starting point, they are disrupting the traditional manual methods of monitoring used in the construction industry. Ackcio is an end-to-end solution; they build hardware, software, and big-data analytics suites. Their plug-and-play solution integrates seamlessly with any industrial sensor and brings their data to cloud infrastructure where it is analyzed in real-time to discover trends and harmful patterns.
They have a gender diversity of 20% women in their workforce, and their perks and benefits include: Flexible work schedules.
This inaugural edition of WomenHack Singapore will be WomenHack’s first foray into the Asian market, with the organization looking to break into more cities and countries in the Asia Pacific region. If you know of any cities that we should go to, or are a part of a company or organization looking to increase the gender diversity of your tech team, please feel free to comment below or reach out us via email.
See you all tomorrow!
WomenHack is a community that empowers women in tech through events, jobs, and a diverse workplace for all. WomenHack Events are designed to bring about an opportunity to accelerate the hiring process in respective local job markets, and to provide greater exposure to economic and professional opportunities for women in technology.