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Top Tech Tools for Women in Business

December 2, 2019 @ 10:00 am - 7:00 pm

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Are you a female business owner between the age of 25 – 50?

The Cape Innovation and Technology Initiative (CiTi) in partnership with the City of Cape Town is recruiting for their 10-week Top Tech Tools for Women in Business programme, aimed at helping female entrepreneurs advance their digital competencies, and gain practical skills on how to effectively use Tech in their businesses.

Facilitated by business leaders and industry experts, this fully sponsored programme will support 35 women from the Cape Flats area to future-proof their business for the digital economy. Applications for this programme are open to female founders and CEOs between the age of 25 – 50 who have a registered business that has been running for at least a year. Applicants must also be based in the Western Cape, have at least one staff member employed by their business and be available to attend weekly workshops every Wednesday morning for the duration of the programme.

Programme starts: 3 October 2019
Applications closes 19 September 2019


December 2, 2019
10:00 am - 7:00 pm


Khayelitsha Bandwidth Barn

Fiona Tabraham

Fiona Tabraham is a strategic workforce development expert with a career founded on a resolute commitment to inclusivity, talent nurturing, and societal impact. Chief Executive of CAPACITI Digital Career Accelerator, Fiona’s passion for equity has charted pathways across numerous organisations, guiding bespoke Talent Initiatives, Future Leadership Development Programs, and transformative Career Pathway Development. Her tenure at Network Rail bore inclusive talent strategies, STEM advocacy, and innovative Graduate, Apprentice, and Internship initiatives. A trusted partner to a number of governmental, corporate and impact driven entities, Fiona empowers individuals and organisations, fostering diverse recruitment practices and innovative talent strategies. Fiona’s impact transcends the tech sector, positioning her as a leading voice for inclusive digital career initiatives.