The TriMedika executive team of Dr Roisin Molloy (CEO) and Julie Brien (COO) has been invited to attend the 8th DWEN Summit in San Francisco from 17th -18th July. TriMedika is the Belfast based medical device manufacturer whose mission is to bring connectivity to medical devices for patient wellbeing.
DWEN – the DELL Women’s Entrepreneurs Network is the embodiment of DELL’s commitment to accelerate the increasingly powerful role that female entrepreneurs play in driving the global economy. The Network connects female founders and entrepreneurs across the globe.
The Summit is a select event with only 150 female founders from across the globe being invited to attend; representatives from Japan, China, Australia, Ireland, UK, USA and the Nordics will attend, and for the first time, Northern Ireland in the form of the TriMedika team.
The 2017 agenda includes key topics for female entrepreneurs: sources of capital, what venture capitalist will look for in a female run business and knowledge and emerging technologies. DELL believes that women share a unique approach to doing business and use data and innovative technology to reach their customer base in ways not seen before, to bring about changes and find solutions, and above all create the all important connections that drive business forward. Presentations from top DELL female executives and themed workshops will provide ample platform for lively and informative engagement.
Of course, it’s not all work; DWEN has a full social agenda planned as well, where delegates will be able to network in such prestigious locations as the St Francis Yacht Club which overlooks San Francisco’s most famous landmark – the spectacular Golden Gate Bridge.
The 9th DWEN Summit will be held in Toronto in July 2018.