Women in Technology Luncheon
Thursday, July 13, 12:00 – 2:00pm
"Getting to Success: Embracing What Works" presented by Michele Romanow.
In this insightful and useful talk, Michele recounts her journey from being a Queen's University undergrad to becoming one of Canada’s most successful entrepreneurs – male or female.
She shares the lessons she's learned along the way, including the necessity of encouraging more women to become entrepreneurs, particularly in the tech sector; leading as a young woman; finding a work-life balance that's successful; and the importance of staying at the cutting edge of your industry.
Please join us for a plated lunch, meet fellow OpenText customers, partners and employees and enjoy this inspirational keynote.
How to Register
Conference attendees – still need to register:
This lunch is included in your conference registration. During registration, simply select "yes" when you reach the question "Will you be attending the Women in Technology Luncheon with Michele Romanow?"
Conference attendees – already registered:
This lunch is included in your conference registration. If you indicated that you are interested in attending the Women in Technology luncheon during the registration process, you will receive a special email invite shortly. Please RSVP per the instruction in that email.
Not attending Enterprise World but still want to join us for this luncheon? Great – we would love to have you! Register below and pay $99 to attend this 2 hour event.
Seating is limited so be sure to register today!
Tech titan Michele Romanow is an engineer and a serial entrepreneur who started three companies before her 28th birthday. The youngest investor on CBC’s hit show Dragons’ Den, Michele is the co-founder of e-commerce platforms Buytopia.ca , Snap By Groupon, and the fintech company, Clearbanc.
Ranked in WXN's "100 Most Powerful in Canada" and listed as a Forbes' "Millennial on a Mission", Michele was a finalist for the EY Entrepreneur of the Year Award; the RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards; and was a Cartier Women’s Initiative Award global finalist. She is also the winner of the Toronto Board of Trade Award for entrepreneurs under 30.