On Monday, November 12, IrishCentral joined a fun and fascinating conversation on FemTech hosted by Digital Irish in New York City.
With Femtech set to become a $50 billion market by 2025, Digital Irish talked to trailblazers in the sector to find out what’s fueling the growth and what men can learn from the booming industry.
“The Future Is Female: How Femtech Is Empowering Women to Take Charge of Their Lives” was moderated by Digital Irish Board Director and New York Entertainment Editor at MailOnline, Rachel Quigley.
The Future Is Female: How Femtech Is Empowering Women to Take Charge of Their Lives
IrishCentral is live at the offices of AdRoll, New York for the Digital Irish event - The Future Is Female: How Femtech Is Empowering Women to Take Charge of Their LivesPubliée par IrishCentral.com sur Lundi 12 novembre 2018
Panelists for the evening were:
- Siobhan Lonergan, Chief Brand Officer at THINX
- D.J. Martin, co-founder of Astia Angels
- Vanessa Tierney, Cofounder of Abodoo
- Fay Sliger, head of Vox communications.
Following the panel, there were pitches from the following:
- MomentHealth: https://www.momenthealth.io/
- Moody Month: https://moodymonth.com/
- FitRWoman: https://www.fitrwoman.com/
- Abodoo: https://www.abodoo.com/
About Digital Irish
The mission of Digital Irish is to connect Irish expats and Irish-Americans who explicitly work in the Digital Media arena (or those interested in meeting them) either with established firms or startups. They are folks who touch on the following areas – social media, mobile, online advertising, digital agencies, search, analytics, video, e-commerce or other online-centric b2c or b2b plays.
Digital Irish aims to give Irish startups a soft landing in NYC through regular fast-pitch meetup events. You can join the group (it is free!) here.