In support of this programme, Google is hosting about seven Women Techmakers (WTM) events in more than five different Pakistani cities. As part of its campaign, Google is holding a variety of events for female developers called the Women Techmakers (WTM). Details indicate that Google will host approximately seven Women Techmakers (WTM) events across five different Pakistani cities. Around 1,550 women developers are supposedly going to be helped and empowered by these events across Pakistan.
Women Techmakers (WTM), as the name suggests, is a Google-led effort designed to give all women working in technology visibility, a sense of community, and access to resources.
On March 8, also known as International Women’s Day, the Women Techmakers’ first day and event got underway. This year’s WTM has a theme and hashtag created by Google called “#DareToBe,” which encourages women to be fearless, self-assured, and achieve their greatest goals. We want everyone to consider all the ways they will “Dare To Be” in 2023, whether it’s brave, strong, or creative, adds WTM.
Details indicate that the events will involve a variety of activities, such as rallies, workshops, networking functions, and conferences. These activities are scheduled to start on March 8 and go through May.
Women will receive training at these seminars in a variety of topics, including leadership, technical expertise, and how to deal with particular difficulties faced by women in technology.
In addition to celebrating the achievements of women in technology, these events, organised in partnership with Women Techmakers (WTM) Ambassadors, will inspire more women to work in the rapidly expanding IT sector. Google Regional Director for Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka, Farhan S. Qureshi, said
“WTM and its ambassadors have sponsored numerous events over the years that have assisted women developers in realising their full potential. Nevertheless, the programme will advance diversity, equality, and inclusion in the digital industry, which is Google’s main goal, he continued.