Women in fintech #2 – skills and innovation

  • janvier 12th, 2018
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Our conference ‘Women in fintech #2’ gathered 300 participants who listened about current challenges and role of women in fintech sector, so vivid and growing in Luxembourg. Audience was welcomed by our president, Marie-Adelaïde Gervis, who expressed her happinness in seeing full house and such interest in the subject. Next we had a chance to hear […]

Robotic Process Automation // Biases in Artificial Intelligence

This Week we hosted our tech talk at PaulWurthIncCub and we were more than pleased to have Charlotte and Lekshmi shed  light on these futuristic (to say the least) but captivating  topics. Lots of things for further reflection, but mostly, as a short conclusion… …The future is what we, humans, want it to be. Behind […]

WIDE at WebSummit

  • novembre 9th, 2017
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This year WIDE attended the WebSummit in Lisbon with a delegation of women from the IT and Startup community. We had the pleasure to attend a reception at the Luxembourg Embassy in Lisbon and met with Xavier Bettel who reconized the growing community – especially of women – in Luxembourg. And the number of women […]

Eskills for Impact training, Part two

This September, in Greece, on the coast of Thessaloniki, 24 specialists from 8 NGOs enhanced their skills in the digital field. The knowledge they gained at this training, is going to help them achieve a bigger impact in the field they are coming from, like gender, entrepreneurship, youth education and exchange.  The training has officially […]

First Women in Fintech Conference

  • mars 27th, 2017
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The first Women in Fintech Conference took place on 24 March 2017 . Around 80 women and a dozen of men attended the event, hosted in RBC I&TS auditorium in Esch/Belval. Louise Klaa, co-organizer with WIDE shared her own experience being a women in Fintech conferences and later being involved in developing Fintech projects at high level « I […]

Women are part of the future of Cybersecurity

  • mars 9th, 2017
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Our event, co-organised with SecurityMadeinLu and hosted by the Representation of the European Union in Luxembourg has created a lot of attention as Cybersecurity suffers from a severe shortage of professionals. Keynote speech was given by Marion Marshalek, @pinkflawd , Independant Security researcher – listen to her radio interview on Rtl.lu http://radio.rtl.lu/emissiounen/10-bis-1/1746355.html Opening messages were given by Yuriko Backes, Head of Representation […]

WIDE at Women Founders: Be the CEO of your own life, with Silicon Luxembourg

  • mars 4th, 2017
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WIDE was co-organiser & speaker for the 1st Women founder conference which took place on March 2nd at The office.lu Nearly 100 women were in attendance, many seeking inspiration to start their own business. This event was supported co-organised by Silicon Luxembourg and WIDE with the support of the US Embassy in Luxembourg.   From […]

Promotion de l’Innovation et de l’Entreprenariat / WIDE organise un afterwork et offre un(e) podium / (vitrine) à la startup “LargoWind”

WIDE @Paul Wurth InCub, 5 Reasons You Should Have Been There !

  • janvier 21st, 2017
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On Monday January 16th we had a full house of people joining our afterwork event at Paul Wurth InCub to celebrate WIDE first 2017 event with the participation of Luxinnovation and Mathilde Argaud. Here are the 5 reasons you should have been there ! 1- Discovering the New indutech incubator : InCub @ Paul Wurth Paul Wurth […]

Rails Girls to inspire women’s vocations in the new technologies sector: watch our video !

  • novembre 18th, 2016
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The 3rd edition of Rails Girls Luxembourg took place on 12th November at the Forum Geesseknäppchen. Around fifty participants were introduced to programming and created their first mobile application.  The girls and women attending had the chance to discover basic concepts of programmation & write their first lines of code. To do this, they were […]