by Jeffery McKinney
Originally published: July 25, 2017
Unable to find a platform where women in the tech industry can easily connect with each other to identify new projects and opportunities, Jumoke Dada was compelled to fill the gap.
The online platform is a community that allows women to perform many functions including share resources, find events, posts jobs and team up on projects.
“Think of it as a hipper version of LinkedIn but specifically for women with technical or digital skills, and those that want to work with them,” Dada says.
Since its launch in March 2017, more than 300 women have joined the network. By the end of this year, Dada aims to have over 1,000 women users.