Celebrate Diversity at PTC’s Women in Technology Innovation Forum

Written By: Stacy Thompson
  • 3/26/2019
  • Read Time : 3 min

Women in technology has been a subject of much debate in recent years. How can companies proactively address the gender gap in technology? How can they promote a culture of inclusivity and attract top female talent – providing growth opportunities and leveraging a wide variety of backgrounds, skills, and experiences?

The statistics may appear grim – PwC research shows, in STEM fields, women account for just 15% of the workforce – but there has never been a better time to reimagine our future.

On Wednesday, March 27, PTC will host a Women in Technology Innovation Forum at our state-of-the-art company headquarters. It’s part of our ongoing effort to promote a workplace environment that is encouraging, welcoming, and fun, and it’s how we embrace our diverse workforce.

Join Boston’s most prominent leaders for a panel discussion on creating opportunities for women in technology. During the forum, professional organizations will describe how they are working to better understand the obstacles women face in technology – and how to help women succeed in leadership roles.

Featured speakers include:

The forum will provide the opportunity for attendees to voice their experiences directly to local business leaders and brainstorm ways to help women in technology achieve their leadership potential in Massachusetts.

Register here and join us in celebrating the achievements and potential of women in technology. We look forward to seeing you there!

Women in Technology Innovation Forum

  • CAD
  • Industrial Connectivity
  • Electronics and High Tech
  • Digital Transformation

About the Author

Stacy Thompson Stacy Thompson is the Director of Corporate Content Marketing at PTC. She has more than a decade of experience in content, SEO, and social media development, B2B and B2C communications, demand generation campaigns, and analytics/content measurement. She is also a Professor of Content Strategy in Kent State University’s User Experience Design Master’s program.