We are open to collaborations and sponsorships. Please get in touch with heidi dot harman at gmail dot com.
2013 March at Oxford University
Theme: Startup Product Lifecycle
Team: Vanessa Butz (local founder, Program Director and initiator), Heidi Harman (founder and head of sponsorship), Magdalena Kron (projectmanager).
“We are delighted to take part in GGM in Oxford as a sponsor. As a business built around talented people we welcome the opportunity to help develop more female role-models in tech”.
- says Ben Murphy-Ryan, Global Resourcing Manager, King.com
King.com At King.com, we aspire to make fun and simple games for everyone. Since 2003 we’ve been a leader and pioneer in making games for players all around the world. We’re commited to delivering casual social games that have connected an audience of over 50m across all platforms, with over 5 billion game plays. We have offices in London, Hamburg, Stockholm, Malmo, Barcelona, Malta, Bucharest, San Francisco and New York.
2012 Aprill at Google Campus, London.
Theme: Code is Queen
Team: Heidi Harman (founder and head of sponsorship), Emily Green (program responsible), Josefin Hedlund (producer), Magdalena Kron (support), Linnea Dunne (copywriting).
ThoughtWorks.com is a software company. We’re also an amazing collection of humans, hired for our passion, integrity and special powers. The company was founded as a social experiment – what happens when you hire really smart, passionate people and set them loose on really tough problems? 19 years on, this collection of people has helped shape the IT industry. The problem we set ourselves now is to use software to improve humanity – becoming a role model for 21st century socially responsible companies.
GoogleCampus.com powered by Google, offers seven floors of flexible work spaces, free high speed internet and all the support you need to fuel your ideas. We’ll be hosting mentoring programmes, speaker series, networking events and much much more. So if you’re a London-based startup or are just passing through town, we invite you to join the Campus community. Let’s fill this town with startups…
Swedish Institute The Swedish Institute promotes international exchange within the areas of culture, education, research, society as well as areas regarding international experiences and media. Our programmes within leadership and cultural exchange aim to develop active and lasting networks and mutual learning processes through meetings, education and cultural experiences. They simultaneously aim to strengthen openness and democratic structures.
Society46.com is a creative technology production company. In London they sponsored us with an office-space. In Sweden they sponsor us with the space for our Arduino hack-sessions in their Lab, that creates stuff like this.