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8 March 13:00 - 22:00Folkets Hus

Get inspired!

Don't miss out on our 2016 event! This year, same date, we will gather 1 000 women already working in or aspiring to work in the tech industry. The event will offer opportunities to meet, mingle with and listen to some of the most inspiring people of the industry.


9:30-11:00 Morning session at one of the sponsoring companies. Companies to choose from are TeliaSonera, Schibsted, Bonnier, Spotify, Google, MTG, King, iZettle and Klarna. Separate registration, included in the email confirmation received when signing up for the conference.

13:00-18:00 Main conference at Folkets hus with keynote speakers, panels and hands on workshops. See WIT website with schedule and speakers for detailed information. Spots for some of the workshops are limited. Mail for registration to workshops will be sent out a week before the event.

18:00-22:00 Mingle at King HQ with food and drinks. Age limit is 18 years as we will serve alcohol.

How to sign up

Sign up using the Register now button. When you have signed up, you will receive a registration confirmation including your ticket. Please note that this may take up to an hour, so don't panic if you don't get it directly.

If you snooze you lose! We have a limited amount of tickets for the WIT conference, and even fewer for the mingle. So don't wait too long to secure your ticket.

Morning sessions - Cherry on top

Want to start the day with meeting women (and men) who work in a specific tech or media company? Our awesome sponsors are hosting sessions in the morning at their respective offices to show you where they work and why they like it. This is mainly targeted towards students but everyone is welcome.

Cool, so how do I sign up for that?

Once you have registered to this event you will receive the email confirmation with a link where you sign up for a morning session with the company of your choice. Beware that as much as we want everyone in our beloved companies, we can only take from 30 to 60 people in each company.

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Paulina Modlitba Söderlund

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