The WiRE program works to research entrepreneurship and build frameworks which can help support women founders across the state.
Helping connect women across the globe to charities working to put a stop to gender equalities is Sydney-based social enterprise Secret Sisterhood.
The Working Lunch will provide women in the gaming industry with networking and mentoring opportunities
The IGEA has announced the launch of The Working Lunch, a program which aims to equip women looking to enter the gaming industry with skills and mentorship.
Predominantly aimed at LGBTQI users, Winkd is a dating app looking to bring the act of meeting someone back to its roots.
It’s not so much that women only recently started coding; rather, some time in the 1980s, women stopped coding.
Women’s participation and success in male-dominant industries is, at best, treated as an anomaly, and at worst, considered a farce.
Women in business’, ’women in tech’ and ‘women in politics’ have been the subject of debate for decades, with no end in sight.
And many men are tired of this conversation.
Engineers Australia recently named Dr Bronwyn Evans, Professional Engineer of the Year 2013. After earning the prestigious title, Dr Evans spoke exclusively with Shoe String about the gender disparity in the engineering industry and her drive to change society’s perception of what it means to be an engineer – especially for women.