Join us for our event on Femtech & Women’s Reproductive Health: An innovative crossroads on September 26th
About the event
By 2025, the women’s health market is estimated to be globally worth over $50B. During this Women in Tech event, we will address how women’s wellness and specifically female reproductive health has emerged as a FemTech Category to watch, offering a wide selection of innovative products, devices and services that educate and destigmatize issues for girls and women, ranging from wellness apps to clean online marketplaces to contraception as a service. Come hear from innovative founders and healthcare professionals on how these new business models are empowering women around the world to take charge of their health in new ways.
Topics to be discussed
– The current state of the industry for gynecologic wellness and the key players in the tech and medical fields
– The taboos and limitations for female wellness companies
– Access to products and services across countries and cultures
– Societal market trends that have influenced the surge in female wellness
– Education on female health and wellness via social media channels
100% of our ticket sales will be donated to The Cup
In an effort to increase our collective impact beyond the evening’s conversation, going forward we will sell tickets for our Women In Tech event series. All profit generated will be donated to a selected charity that supports female empowerment on a global scale. Your engagement contributes to making a more wide-reaching impact outside of the Silicon Valley bubble. For this event, 100% of our ticket price will be donated to The Cup, a non-profit that empowers unprivileged girls worldwide by providing them with sustainable menstrual cups and comprehensive education on sexuality and reproductive rights.
Each $20 ticket represents one menstrual cup that a young Kenyan woman will be able to use for 10 years. In addition to supporting menstruation with dignity, The Cup engages young women in training sessions that close the access and knowledge gap around female health matters.
Thank you for embarking on this journey with us. Your engagement contributes to making a more wide-reaching impact outside of the Silicon Valley bubble.