5 Things to know about TechEmpowerment

Women In Tech Week, what to look forward to.

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TechEmpowerment is an event organised by an independent organiser Wadzanayi Bwanya as part of the annual Women In Tech Week (WiTW) which is a Women In Tech Africa (WiTA) project.

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WiTA is an initiative founded by Ethel Coffie, which is aimed at ‘Supporting Women in Tech Across Africa to Positively to Support their Communities Positively’.

In Zimbabwe, the event will be hosted in Bulawayo at The Techvillage 2nd Floor Kingdom Building corner Jason Moyo& 9th Avenue.

Instead of the full week, TechEmpowerment is occurring on two of the days that is on the 21st and 22ndof September.

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1. Techempowerment is a two-day event;

Day 1 – Teach a Skill for High School Students Day 2 – Entrepreneurship Panel Discussion for Working class and Tertiary Students

Day 2 – Entrepreneurship Panel Discussion for Working class and Tertiary Students

Follow the hashtag: #WomenInTechWeek17 

2. The aim is to get women more involved in appreciating technology and the extensive use of technology in their fields of expertise.

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3. Organised by young people with average age of 23 headed by Neon founder Wadzanayi Bwanya www.neon.co.zw

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4.A Women in Tech Africa endorsed event in commemorating Women in Tech week 2017 http://www.womenintechafrica.com

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5. ADMISSION Day 1 by invite

Day 2 – free just make a booking via this link http://womenintechweek.com/events/techempowerment-2