Women In Technology and Innovation - A Night of Networking

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Women In Technology and Innovation - A Night of Networking

A Night of Networking! Celebrating Women in Technology and Innovation.

By Plug and Play Alberta

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Starts on Tue, Mar 7, 2023 4:30 PM MST


Rodney's Oyster House Calgary 355 10 Avenue Southwest Calgary, AB T2R 0A5 Canada

About this event

Join us for a night of networking with Women in Technology and Innovation. Hosted by Plug and Play Tech Centre in collaboration with EECOL Electric and Making Changes - Women In Technology, a not-for-profit association of Alberta helping close the gender gap and promote gender equality within our society.

This event will be held on the evening of March 7th, located at Rodneys Oyster House , 355 10 Ave SW, Calgary, AB. Doors will open at 4:30 PM. *Non seafood options will be available. Please email any dietary restrictions/preferences to n.hill@pnptc.com

From executive leaders, to community change makers, everyone is welcome and encouraged. This will be a great opportunity to meet with our local community members (Startups, Corporates, Investors, Mentors, and Plug and Play team members). Enjoy an evening of good food and great conversations! The event will be supported by Workday, Alberta Female Founders, Funders, and Fortifiers (ABF4), BDC, DC Bank, OKR/Valhalla Private Capital, VCAA, WiCyS Western Canada more. If your organization is interested in partnering with this event, please email n.hill@pnptc.com or k.smith@pnptc.com for details.

Plug and Play Alberta is building a world-class innovation platform to attract top technology and investment to the region and support Albertan entrepreneurs to scale and grow, hire tech talent, and propel digital transformation across the province. Plug and Play is part of the Alberta Scaleup and Growth Accelerator Program that is run by a consortium led by Alberta Innovates. The consortium, which also includes Technology and Innovation, Edmonton Unlimited, the Opportunity Calgary Investment Fund, and Prairies Economic Development Canada (PrairiesCan), allocated $35 million over three years to retain business accelerators. It’s part of the Alberta government’s goal to help create 20,000 jobs and increase technology firm revenue to $5 billion by 2030.

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