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Apply Now: $60,000 for Women Social Impact ICT Entrepreneurs

By Wayan Vota on November 28, 2022

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The latest researches shows that investors are hesitant to invest in businesses founded by women. Talented women specialists are often told that a career in technology isn’t for them.  Despite all obstacles, women IT entrepreneurs are currently creating unique medical solutions, researching voice control, and developing artificial intelligence for unmanned transportation. They are systematically building effective businesses and conquering the global market.

Female Social Impact Tech Awards

The Aurora Tech Award is an annual prize for women founders of IT startups whose projects have had the most profound impact on world development. It was established in order to remind people that women are half of our civilization’s creative intellectual potential. In many technological fields, they have become the driving force behind development and have done a great deal of good in the world.

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The competition is open to any woman founder or co-founder of a company that was created within the last five years can be nominated for the award. The key product of the nominee’s company must be based on information technologies. The nominee must hold a C-level position in the company at the time the application is submitted.

The winner of the award is independent, compassionate, transcends stereotypes, and does fascinating and important work in the field of advanced technologies that has improved the lives of a large number of people.

Apply Now! Deadline is December 2, 2022

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Wayan Vota co-founded ICTworks. He also co-founded Technology Salon, MERL Tech, ICTforAg, ICT4Djobs, ICT4Drinks, JadedAid, Kurante, OLPC News and a few other things. Opinions expressed here are his own and do not reflect the position of his employer, any of its entities, or any ICTWorks sponsor.
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6 Comments to “Apply Now: $60,000 for Women Social Impact ICT Entrepreneurs”

  1. PHILIP NZUMA says:

    We’re talata group based in eastern kenya machakos and nonprofit organizations improving livelihoods of women. We assist over 20000 women,widows, single mothers among others. We provide basic needs to all above mentioned and access quality education to their children, we intend to extend our support to wide population of people by starting small-scale agriculture farming for domestic consumption and for commercial use to generate income for elderly aren’t getting enough support they need. We want to create a permanent change which will last beyond our lives time for the above mentioned come from poor background which was caused by illiteracy and poverty. Your support Will improve and change many lives in our community Philip nzuma director.

  2. Makkalavikasa says:

    We have women headed organization we will do our service to poor woman widows deserted women’s single women’s unmarried women’s and above 60 older single ….. We are waiting to taken care for them … Waiting for your grant and needed your help .

  3. P.KANAGARAJ says:

    To promote or uplift the down trodden people irrespective of caste, colour, creed, religion or language in all aspects such as, social, cultural, health, educational and economical and make them as a good citizen of India

  4. Taslimuddin Sheikh says:

    We in our ngo are providing primary education to the minority backward children and vocational training to the women of the area irrespective of caste, colour, creed, religion or language in all aspects such as, social, cultural, health, educational and economical and make them as a good citizen of India.


  5. Makkalavikasa says:

    We are waiting for your grant to implement program to our Rural areas

  6. poongodi. G says:

    Unskilled women turned into skilled women’s through our Awareness training and workshops… To improve their self development