BP - Advocate of the Year
BP is a global energy business, involved in every aspect of the complex energy system that drives our world. Almost 75,000 BP people work across over 70 countries serving millions of energy customers. From deep sea to desert, from rigs to fuel retail sites and research centres, BP delivers light, heat, and mobility solutions for a changing world, and tracks, trades and delivers the world’s energy in real time. BP began in 1908 with the discovery of oil in Persia. In 2016, sales and other operating revenues were $183 billion, while underlying replacement cost profit was $2.6 billion.
BP is delighted to be a sponsor of Women in IT. At BP we believe in acknowledging, valuing and leveraging our similarities – and our differences – for business success. Diversity and Inclusion is one of our priorities helping our employees to reach their full potential and deliver their best performance.
For more information: BP
Hays - Employer of the Year
Hays is the expert at recruiting qualified, professional and skilled people worldwide, being the market leader in the UK and Asia Pacific and one of the market leaders in Continental Europe and Latin America. Powering the world of work for over 50 years, we operate across the private and public sectors, dealing in permanent positions, contract roles and temporary assignments serving over 20 specialisms from 262 offices in 34 markets globally. In Asia, we have offices in Mainland China, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia and Singapore.
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FireEye - Young Leader of the Year
FireEye is the intelligence-led security company. Working as a seamless, scalable extension of customer security operations, FireEye offers a single platform that blends innovative security technologies, nation-state grade threat intelligence, and world-renowned Mandiant® consulting. With this approach, FireEye eliminates the complexity and burden of cyber security for organizations struggling to prepare for, prevent, and respond to cyber attacks. FireEye has over 7,100 customers across 67 countries, including more than 45 percent of the Forbes Global 2000.
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Singapore Computer Society
The Singapore Computer Society (SCS) is the leading professional society for infocomm and digital media professionals in Singapore with over 32,000 members. Established in 1967, the society serves as a key platform for professionals to network with established practitioners, advance their careers, and sharpen their skills and knowledge in order to stay ahead of the latest trends and best practices in the infocomm and digital media industries. Today, SCS continues to serve as the face and voice of the ICT community and leverages on its powerful network of infocomm professionals to lead a smart nation.
For more information: SCS
Codomo is a Singapore-based education technology and design company with a mission to deliver delightful education experiences to nurture innovative minds through Design Innovation – an amalgamation of design thinking and computational thinking. Based on the principles of creativity, collaboration, agility and drive, Codomo challenges the status quo of education by building revolutionary products and crafting transformative experiences to deliver future-ready education to the masses.
For more information: Codomo
CRIB was founded in 2014 by Dr Elaine Kim, Tjin Lee, Mei Chee and Marilyn Lum.
Four women, all entrepreneurs themselves, had an idea to create a network that would empower fellow women to fulfill their business dreams. This led to the birth of CRIB, a social enterprise chiefly intended to empower women by supporting their work as entrepreneurs.
Today, CRIB Society is a vibrant community with over 300 core members – including both aspiring entrepreneurs and established business leaders – and a wider network of several thousand.
For more information: Crib
She Loves Data
She Loves Data aims to inspire women to pursue careers in data & Tech and helps them be bold in their pursuit of a new career. We provide education and events for women to get their bearing, learn the foundations of data analytics & Business Intelligence and find their #DataTribe.
Our signature “Introduction to Data Analytics” workshop provides women from all walks of life the opportunity to learn the very basics of data analytics from experts, no experience required, with the aim to encourage more women to consider a career in data analytics, where diversity is so needed!
For more information: She Loves Data
Singapore Council of Women's Organisations
The Singapore Council of Women’s Organisations (SCWO) is the National Coordinating body of women’s
organisations in Singapore. We have more than 50 Member Organisations representing over 500,000
women in Singapore.
Incorporated in March 1980, the SCWO, having been founded by women, seeks to unite the various women’s
organisations, clubs, committees, groups and women leaders together, working in accordance with its various
aims and objectives.
The SCWO seeks to co-ordinate these associations into a national movement and to act on their behalf
in matters for which is authorised by its members.
It seeks to promote the ideals of `Equal Space, Equal Voice and Equal Worth’ for women in
For more information: Singapore Council of Women’s Organisations
Singapore Women in Science Network
The Singapore women in science network is an organisation of women who work and study in academia, patent law, business development, technology transfer, pharmaceutical and the personal care industries. We act as a support group, facilitating collaboration, mentorship and friendships. Our members have exposure to networking opportunities with leaders in the field.
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For more information: Singapore Women in Science
TechLadies is a community-led initiative for women in Asia to connect, learn, and advance as programmers in the tech industry. We aim to increase women’s participation in the tech industry through meetups, workshops and bootcamps. Since our launch in 2016, we’ve have grown to a community of over 2700 members across Asia.
For more information: Tech Ladies
Women Who Code
Women Who Code (WWCode) is an international nonprofit dedicated to inspiring women who excel in technology careers. WWCode is building a world where women are proportionally representative as technical leaders, executives, founders, VCs, board members, and software engineers. The organisation has executed more than 8,000 free events around the world, garnered a membership exceeding 167,000, and has a presence in 20 countries. Help empower even more women to advance in tech with the training and community they need to succeed by supporting WWCode.
For more information: Women Who Code
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