Who Are They?
Simplon.co is a network of digital and inclusive factories in France and abroad. Since their creation in 2013, they trained more than 6,200 learners for free, of which almost 40% are women and 50% are people with little or no qualifications.
They are a social and united company which intends to make digital a real lever of inclusion to reveal different talents little represented in digital and technical trades of digital. They support organizations so that their digital transformation remains inclusive, and they build efficient and responsible websites and applications for them. In an indirect way, they also act in the field of digital mediation and the learning of creative digital with children.
Scale Women in IT Pledge announcement, Paris, France
Scale Woman in IT Pledge
What Did We Do?
Last December 12th, among our ikigai initiative (Dataiku For Good), we Pledge with Simplon.co on their new Scale Women in IT initiative.
We commit to Simplon.co to :
« At Dataiku we believe we have an obligation to not only support more women in finding meaningful work in tech, but also to build supportive and inclusive environments so once hired, they can feel mentored and supported so they will choose to stay. »
Our other Initiatives
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Founded in 1985, « Les Restos du Cœur » is a french NGO, recognized as being of public utility, under the official name of « Les restos du coeur – Les Relais du Cœur ».read more
Girls in Tech is a global non-profit organization focused on the engagement, education, and empowerment of women in technology.read more