Balsamiq Sponsorships Update for July 2021
This month we’d like to feature an exciting conference created by Black female founders for Black female founders and their supporters- Roadmap to Billions.
From August 12-13th, Black female founders in the tech industry will gather virtually to recognize, support and motivate Black women to build the next billion dollar business.
We’re so grateful to support the incredible Black Women Who Tech team! It’s it crucial that we recognize the value in empowering different perspectives and creating new opportunities for Black women to be heard.
“GSBHacks is a 24-hour, student-run virtual hackathon for girls, non-binary and trans inclusive. We strive to give you the experiences, connections, and resources to pursue the STEM career of your dreams. With our team of passionate high school students, we are fully committed to bridging the gender gap in STEM one student at a time.”
“NO-CODE is a way of creating applications using special platforms that use drag and drop and visual modeling techniques instead of writing code. At the summit, experts will tell you how to work with the built-in database, API integration, and more. Knowing No-code or having experts in the company will be a competitive advantage in the speed of business development.”
“Roadmap to Billions is brought to you by Black Women Talk Tech. This is the only tech conference created by Black female founders for Black female founders and their supporters, showcasing the brilliance of Black women building scalable companies, while building deep connections, and creating real funding opportunities. Here, we’ll gain insight and learn valuable lessons from those that are paving the way to success. Join us and over 2,500 investors, tech evangelists, and founders for an exclusive virtual gathering of Black female founders in the tech world.”
“You Got This is a network of community conferences focusing on core skills needed for a happy, healthy work life. Our events focus around 7 overarching themes: professional development, self care, working with others, ethics in tech, self advocacy, how to best support your teams as managers and diversity, accessibility & inclusion in our industry.”
“Girls from all over the world have a chance to code, compete, connect, and win prizes. Participants will work on a project over the weekend with a team of 1-4 people. The project can be an app, website, or anything else you come up with that focuses on one of the four tracks below. We will have workshops throughout the weekend (refer to schedule below) for all skill levels, from first time coding to expert coder. Mentors will also be available throughout the weekend to assist teams with their hacks.”
“Elevate Hacks is an international virtual hackathon for female identifying and non-binary students coming from August 13th to 15th by Elevate Tech. We welcome students all with a variety of different skills and backgrounds from all over the world to come together and attend engaging workshops, learn new technical skills, and create impactful projects. Over the course of a weekend, teams will work together to code something awesome, allowing them to network with other like-minded individuals and gain experience in the tech field.”
“Superposition New Delhi with a team of 9 amazing women and 1 mission-to bridge the gender gap in STEM is organizing Hack Wizard. Hack Wizard is a 48 hours virtual hackathon for women. Participants will form teams, code projects, attend workshops/panels, network and most of all, have a lot of fun!”
That’s all for now. See you next month!