Mumpreneurs and Girls in Tech get together

Mumpreneurs and Girls in Tech get together

Mumpreneurs Luxembourg gathers ambitious Mothers and Entrepreneurs in order to connect, support each other, find potential business partners, exchange experience, knowledge, feedback and be an inspiration for the mums who are about to take the big step but need a little push.

Girls in Tech Luxembourg is part of Girls in Tech Worldwide is a global organization focused on the engagement, education and empowerment of women in technology.

With support of Women’s Entrepreneurship Day the world’s largest celebration of women innovators and job creators who launch startups! check also @WEDLuxembourg

Mumpreneurs and Girls in Tech will gather for a cozy morning with coffe to discuss their activities and learn from each others experiences.

There will be few speakers from both groups who will share their experience on running their business and give advice on how they tackle challenges we all need to face.

 

Our speakers and special guest, one speaker yet to be updated soon

 

Madhumalti Sharma

 

Madhumalti has 18 years of experience in the software industry with IBM, currently working in Montrium, a software company that provides solutions for pharma, biotech and life-sciences. She moved to Luxembourg 5 years ago and took a break from her career to pursue full time Master in Entrepreneurship and Innovation and set up a startup, however after 1 year she returned to her regular job. From January this year, she spends her weekends teaching 7 – 16 year old kids how to code atWorkshop4me. She is Mom of a teenage boy and eight year old girl who also share her passion for coding. Infact her teen co-facilitates the coding workshops with her, ran a summer camp for kids by himself and taught coding at the BGL BNP Paribas Summer School for 16-18 year olds.

 

Cristina Pico

Cristina Picco

Cristina is a fan of social innovation: after her experience in the first co-housing venture in Italy, she travelled through Europe studying eco-villages and alternative ways of living. During her collaboration with a microfinance institution in Ethiopia she got impressed on how little actions could bring about major changes to improve the quality of daily life. On her way back to Luxembourg, the birth of her daughter has offered the opportunity to meet another young mother with whom she developed these experiences. Together they created “Mamie et Moi”, an enterprise with a solidarity impact: senior ladies have the opportunity to gain a small complement of pension by practicing their passion for knitting.

 

Piroska Balla

Piroska Balla

Piroska Balla is first and foremost a mum of two who decided on a career change a year ago. She studied law and international relations and worked  in the field of international disaster relief for 13 years. But then she became a mum and accidentally moved to Luxembourg; two major changes in life that placed her out of her comfort zone completely. Now, in the search of balance between family, herself, her passions and work, she has taken up the challenge and ventured into setting up her own business. After months of continuous studies and hard work she has recently opened her own Pilates studio in the centre of Strassen, making a big dream of hers come true.

 

Pol Bouratsis

 

Pol is a Marketing Manager at kideaz.lu. Kideaz is a new magazine in luxembourg dedicated to parents and kids. Pol will be presenting Kideaz new concept.

We are looking forward to seeing you