By Team Techweek2

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Techweek'18 is full of events both celebrating women in tech, and encouraging the next generation to consider it as a career, through code clubs, documentaries, presentations, workshops and more. See some of the schedule highlights below.



She Started It - Documentary on young women entrepreneurs

23 May 2018 — 7:00pm
Govett-Brewster Art Gallery/Len Lye Centre, Taranaki

A documentary about five young women as they create new startups, followed by a panel discussion with our own trailblazing businesswomen


Microsoft DigiGirlz 2018

19 May 2018 — 9:00am
AUT City Campus, Auckland

Microsoft is partnering with AUT to host DigiGirlz on 19 May, aimed to inspire the next generation of girls to be part of our tech future.


She Can Code

19 - 27 May 2018
Online, Virtual

Celebrating the 125th anniversary of women being awesome in Aotearoa with coding


She Can Code at EPIC Innovation

23 May 2018 — 4:30pm
EPIC, Christchurch

Celebrating the 125th anniversary of women being awesome in Aotearoa with girls and women coding


Women in Tech Networking Breakfast: The Future of Work

23 May 2018 — 7:00am
Dowse Art Museum, Wellington

Join us to be inspired by a group of outstanding women leading the way in tech!



25 May 2018 — 9:00am
Signal ICT Grad School, Dunedin

Young women from schools around Dunedin will come together to collaborate and problem solve with digital tools.
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