Date: 14 November 2019
Location: Roy Thomson Hall, Toronto
#movethedial is one of the fastest-growing global movements dedicated to promoting the participation and leadership of all women in tech. #movethedial's Global Summit is an annual diversity and inclusion event like no other in the tech and innovation industry. This world-renowned event brings together thought leaders, partners and amazing humans of all identities to connect, learn and grow.
Attendees will hear from trailblazing speakers, top influencers, and decision-makers in the tech and innovation ecosystem, rallying together to share ideas, strategies, tactics, proven best practices, and tangible tools for advancing women in tech. The Global Summit will be a space where current and future members of the tech industry can connect and learn how to #movethedial for one another while gaining insights from the stories of inspiring women in tech. The Global Summit is also a platform that will empower attendees to harness their own potential and recognize how they can #movethedial for themselves and others by using small actions that add up to big change. Together, we will shape a future that includes a robust talent pool and, where all women - regardless of background, education, or experience - can thrive in tech!
Boyden is committed to excellence in leadership and values diversity as an essential force towards achieving this commitment. Since the inception of #movethedial's Global Summit, we are proud to have been Supporting Sponsors in support of this vital movement.
Find 2019 Summit photos here.
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