What is it?
At HerHackathon, 250+ international female digital natives (students, founders, young & experienced professionals) in the fields of IT development, business, design, and many others will come together online to solve various challenges of 10 leading companies in Germany!
The digital pioneers will join forces with the company representatives to find creative and innovative solutions for your most decisive challenges - within 72 hours. The best solutions will be awarded with great prizes.
HerHackathon is also a platform facilitating numerous opportunities for future projects and collaborations after the hackathon!
We need an all-female hackathon to...
Counter underrepresentation of women in tech
Develop gender-inclusive solutions and products
Benefit from the advantages of diversity
Our Knowledge Partner for HerHackathon:
HerHackathon benefits for companies.
Expand gender diversity within your organization and acquire new talents
Obtain inclusive solutions
Strengthen your female community
Achieve a mindset transformation in your corporate culture
Boost your employer branding on diversity & inclusion
SIDE PROGRAMME & WORKSHOPS
Participate in trainings and workshops on female empowerment
Mobile phones are too big for female hands
Medication is usually not tested on women
The health app had no cycle tracking until 2019
Face masks fit worse on female faces
Voice assistants recognise women‘s voices worse
Women get injured more likely during car accidents
HerHackathon is an event under the patronage of Dorothee Bär,
Federal Government Commissioner for Digitalization
Be ready for an inspiring opening speech!
"Only by actively including women in the tech sector can we counter gender bias in the design and development of products. The HerHackathon is therefore an important and valuable format to obtain gender-inclusive solutions and anchor these in our society for the long term. As a platform for digital product building by women for women, HerHackathon contributes to advance digitalization innovatively and inclusively, for a more diverse tomorrow."