The global LGBT+ Tech Community UNICORNS IN TECH is organizing the first Berlin LGBT+ Tech Week from 9th to 13th September 2019. More than 400 tech talents from all over the world are expected. Program and tickets for the event are now available.
“The 5-day tech event is a unique English-language festival celebrating technology, LGBT+ at work and Berlin. The goal is to bring the best LGBT+ tech and IT professionals to Berlin for one week each year. This gives them the exclusive opportunity to exchange ideas on the latest tech topics, to network with each other or to get in touch with LGBT+ friendly companies and partners,” says Stuart Cameron, CEO of the UHLALA Group and organizer of the Berlin LGBT+ Tech Week.
The participating companies present themselves at selected locations in Berlin. Among others, FlixMobility, Metronom, Productsup and Spark Networks are included. Various experts will be involved in panels, lectures and workshops. Visitors can expect topics such as software development, speech recognition, DevOps and machine learning. The program of the event is published on the website. The tickets are also available now at app.unicornsintech.com.
Organizer of the first Berlin LGBT+ Tech Week is UNICORNS IN TECH, the global LGBT+ tech community with over 4,000 members. They are students, young professionals, entrepreneurs and experts from areas such as IT, graphic design and social media. The community has created a network, that brings LGBT+ tech talents into contact with businesses and investors. In addition, discussions about the latest technologies are nurtured and the techies get the chance to exchange their personal skills, experiences and stories. They can do this through monthly Get-Togethers, which are organized nationwide in cooperation with tech companies since 2014.
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