Who Are They?

Girls in Tech (GIT) is a global non-profit focused on the engagement, education and empowerment of girls and women who are passionate about technology since 2007. The organization has grown from San Francisco to more than 50 chapters located in North America, Europe, Asia, The Middle East, Africa, and South America.

Girls in Tech has created a number of programs to increase the number of women working in technology, including Global Classroom, an online learning platform that provides access to online courses and resources to improve knowledge in STEM related fields. Other programs include the Amplify Pitch Competition, Mentorship, and tech job openings, amongst others.




Amplify Paris 2019, Paris, France

Amplify Paris 2019 event hosting, Dataiku Paris HQ, October 15th


What Did We Do?


Last October 15th, among our ikigai initiative (DataikuGorGood), we hosted the AmplifyParis2019, the GirlsinTech startupcompetition for WomenFounders. This competition aims to provide funding, exposure on a global stage, and a community of investors to women entrepreneurs.

As our CTO Clement S. acknowledged everyone during the event introduction that « recruiting girls is difficult” and “this needs to be addressed at all stages, from education to the workplace”. That’s the reason why we are so proud of partnering this event.

This wouldn’t have been possible without the involvement of Julie O. and Marie T. our 2 Dataikers, newly board members of the Girls In Tech Paris chapter.

We also wanted to thanks : Carole O. our VP Marketing who offered her time to be a live judge and Muriel M. our Director of Finance and Administration who participated to the panel  » Best practices of going international » during the event.

We also wanted to congrats once again all the finalists :


Falco, the solution to get marina’s connected in real time, founded by Elsa Nicol

GeoTwin, the urban mobility platform, founded by Göknur Sirin-Jubin

TeamEQ, digital solution that helps track KPI’s behind team performance, founded by Francesca Gabetti

Briq, platform of feedback and recognition that helps the engagement of community by 0the stimulation and reward, founded by Charlene Thouard.

And last but not least, the winner :

uFraction8 which provides scalable bioprocessing technology enabling biomass filtration, founded by Monica Tomecka

What’s next ? 

Some of our Dataikers, as Sarah R. are already involve in a Hackaton about « Tech For Good » organised by Girls in Tech on next November 20th…

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« On behalf of the team, I’ll like to express my sincere appreciation of your full support for Amplify this year, not only in providing your beautiful office but also providing resources from your team in every core areas (set up, jury, panel, tear down) which made this event a great success. The best part of Amplfy Paris 2019 for me is the positive energy of sharing and collaboration. Last night I witnessed competitors become friends,  strangers become potential business leads, teams gelling together, and minds opening up to new ideas.  At the end of the evening, I don’t see just people; I saw a community.  It was a magical moment for me. »

Jamie S.

Founder Girls in Tech Paris, Girls in Tech Paris

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