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SheHacks Showcase 2017


Sat 7 Oct 2017, 6:00pm–8:30pm

Where: Australian Centre of the Moving Image, Federation Square, Melbourne CBD, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages Licensed

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  • General Admission: $69.00
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Join us for the #SheHacks Showcase, celebrating great girl geeks in startups.

This year over 200 people across Victoria participated in the world's largest all-women hackathon, #SheHacks, followed by a globally recognised 7-week incubator program to increase the number of women building startups. 

And now we're ready to celebrate! Join us to raise a glass to women working in tech and celebrate the role women play in changing the face of the industry. 

Leading mentors and role models of the Victorian startup ecosystem will join us on the night to showcase their achievements and share their tips for success. 

- There'll be celebrations.
- There'll be cheese, a big wheel of cheese!
- There'll be experts and friends to network with.
- Of course, there'll be cupcakes.
- And you'll get a Girl Geek Academy branded Plumm stemless wine glasses to take home!

Your ticket includes exclusive after-hours access to the Code Breakers exhibition at ACMI - Australian Centre for the Moving Image which celebrates the achievements of Australian and New Zealand women working in video games. The exhibit is an interactive experience and features our very own Girl Geek Co-Founder, game producer Lisy Kane.