Digital Ladies & Allies 

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Diversity is Digital Efficiency!

Digital Ladies & Allies is a non-profit organisation based in Paris, France. Our mission is to promote diversity in tech and increase the number and visibility of women in this sector, from their early age, through concrete actions. Thanks to the commitment and the power of influence of our members (both women & men), we drive change towards a more inclusive tech industry with a positive impact on Humanity and our Future. 



Women & Girls unite to empower future of Tech! 

#WoGiTech "The largest intergenerational gathering of Women & Girls in Tech" offers a feminine face to Tech careers. Together with our founding partners BNP Paribas, Simplon and BECOMTECH, we organise a public, private and associative doers-meetup at VivaTech to unify the initiatives for more gender diversity in the digital sector and to multiply the impact: inspiring talks, mentoring and job sessions, digital treasures hunting... come out and play!

>> Meet us on June 17-18


Today's female start-ups, the unicorns of tomorrow! 

Facing the facts that there are currently no 100% French female unicorns and that women led start-ups received less than 1% of venture capital investments in 2021 (all-time high for the French Tech with a total of 11.57 B€ raised) , Digital Ladies & Allies launches a program to unleash female entrepreneurship. We organize empathy workshops to identify women's difficulties on their fundraising journey with the objective of designing a "ready to go" toolbox. Get into the groove!

>> Stay tuned, work in progress. You're welcome to join!

4 Reasons We Need More Women In Tech Now


Invest in TechTalents

1.750 million jobs to create in France by 2030 (Conseil National du Numérique)

175 Bn€ loss of revenue related to the lack of qualified profiles, or 6,5% of French GDP (Korn Ferry)

Attract and Desire

17% women in Tech positions in France today (gender scan)

41% of French population think that women are less good at Tech than men (Ironhack)


Diversity for Future

7% of teenage girls are considering working in Tech (gender scan)

28% of French engineering students are women (CDEFI)

Piece of Cake

1% venture capital captured by French female founded start-ups in 2021

No 100% female unicorn in France (Sista barometer)


Women Aren't Good at Tech... Really?

Find out on our YouTube video series

Partnership Programs

Scale #WomenInTech together!

Corporates, start-ups, tech schools, non profit organisations, Tech event planners in France and abroad, medias... let's bring this further and beyond! Digital Ladies & Allies develops partnerships with the ecosystem, let us know what's on your mind!

Digital Ladies & Allies, Members of the Board: Merete BULJO (Founding President), Samuel TAMBA (Delegate President), Nathalie OLLIER (Vice President), Jean-Louis CARVES (Vice President), Louisa RENOUX (Treasurer), Solenne BOCQUILLON-LE GOAZIOU (General Secretary)

contact: [email protected]

It's easier to ask forgiveness than to get permission

-Grace Hopper, American computer scientist and United States Navy rear admiral, invented the term 'bug' to describe software errors