Women are the center of technology today. They are not only leading product teams, many of them are leading organizations that are shaping the future and giving direction to what promises to be the New Age companies. Female talent in technology deserves special spotlight for we have a long way in fixing the gender gaps in STEM. In order to recognize the same, the Bangalore technology summit is organizing She Drives Tech as part of the 3 -Day spotlight and focus on biotech and tech. Come join us, discuss, connect and grow.

India has many women in technology but the pipeline in technology leadership leaves a lot of room for improvement. Numbers, such as the ones below, suggest a story that needs strengthening – for we have had a lot of women entering the work force both in tech and science but the pyramid gets narrow at the top. There is a drop off as women progress in their careers and that’s a significant drop off. Just why is that? How can we fix it? Beyond that is another emerging idea – just how can women returning to careers get involved in tech sector with solutions that can be delivered by working from home? Some of these key subjects will be in focus at the Bengaluru Tech Summit.

She Drives Technology


Anu Sridharan, Next Drop.
Anu Acharya, MapMyGenome.
Sunita Maheshwari, Teleradio Systems.
Arpita Ganesh, Buttercups.

Moderator: Shaili Chopra

Restart: Bring Woman Back To Work


Manjula Dharmalingam, Her Second Innings.

Neha Bhagaria, Jobs for Her.
Sheetal Arora, Women Restart.

Moderator: Kiran Manral

Join Us for SHE DRIVES TECHNOLOGY on 16th November 2017, 10:30 am at Bengaluru Tech Summit, Maker Faire Hall, Bengaluru Palace.