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Sisters are hacking it for themselves

Networking events that are organised exclusively for women in Singapore's tech industry are on the rise

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Yaacob Ibrahim, MP for Jalan Besar GRC, (left, front row) is surrounded by judges, mentors and participants at The Codette Project's women-only hackathon in 2018.

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General Assembly Singapore hosted a breakfast event commemorating International Women's Day on March 8 this year in partnership with SGInnovate and artificial intelligence firm Appier. The panellists at the event are (from left) Suchitra Narayan, director of Venture Building, SG Innovate; Jennifer Huang, director of strategy and business development at Appier; National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) Women's Committee chair K Thanaletchimi; and Aziza Sheerin, regional director of General Assembly Singapore, who was the moderator for the panel.

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NETWORKING events that are organised exclusively for women in Singapore's technology industry are on the rise, dispelling the prevailing view that women are unempowered in this male-dominated industry.

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