Dubai Internet City (DIC) is celebrating International Women’s Day today by spotlighting female figures leading the tech game at the thought-provoking panel discussion, ‘Women Talk Tech’. MNDBAR founder and strategist, Luma Eldin, entrepreneur and investor, Loulou Baz, Google’s Head of Marketing Strategy and Operations France, Southern Europe & Emerging Markets Layal Bulbul, and LinkedIn news editor, Lynn Chouman, are coming together today to discuss female progress in tech and how to nurture inclusive industries. The panel will take place at in5 Tech – Dubai Internet City at 11am.
The panelists will be bringing invaluable and multifaceted perspectives to the table which cover their experiences in corporate, start-up and investor roles. From sharing learnings about what it takes to grow within a globally male dominated industry to cultivating balanced work environments, the forum will serve as advisory for professionals navigating the region’s tech sector. It also provides a fruitful opportunity for business leaders to avail actionable insights and experiences on how to enhance their work culture and ensure opportunities for employee empowerment.
Dubai Internet City is hosting the ‘Women Talk Tech’ discussion as part of its commitment to amplify the visibility and opportunities available to female members of its diverse community as well as within the wider region.
Ammar Al Malik, Managing Director of Dubai Internet City, said, “Our leadership has always emphasised the importance of women in the country’s economic and cultural prosperity. Dubai Internet City strives to foster an integrated ecosystem that provides equal opportunity for the expansion and success of all our business partners, and our global network enables remarkable partnerships and collaboration. We aim to continue delivering equal opportunities for women to experiment, grow and thrive as part of our community, and reinforce Dubai’s status as an inclusive destination for talent and innovation.”