Sponsors & Partners
Not only the congress but also the high-calibre presentation programme benefit from the expertise of our sponsors and partners. Renowned companies, specialist media and associations actively shape the WomenPower and play a part by offering their expertise.
Platin Sponsor: Amazon
Since opening our virtual doors 1995, we’ve been pushing the boundaries of possible further and further. Our entire business thrives on speed and efficiency – from the second an order is placed online to the coordination of that order behind the scenes, we strive to stay agile, fluid and intentional. That can be described in one of our core Leadership Principles, which is Bias for Action. This means that our teams band together, roll up their sleeves, and aren’t content with just standing still.
We’re proud that everyone strives towards the same goal: we’re aiming to become the most customer-centric company on Earth.
Bronze Sponsor: Baker Hughes INTEQ GmbH
Baker Hughes is an oilfield service company, adding value to oil and gas companies in over 80 countries. We provide products and services for the prospecting, exploitation, exploration and commercial exploitation of oil, natural gas, unconventional and geothermal deposits.
Bronze Sponsor: MTU Maintenance Hannover GmbH
Quality, efficiency and innovation are the strengths of MTU Maintenance. These merits have allowed our globally active company to develop into the world’s biggest independent provider of maintenance services for commercial aero engines. The service spectrum of MTU Maintenance Hannover and its 2,100 employees ranges from the repair and restoration of commercial aviation propulsion systems to component repair and even service on attachments. Our portfolio is rounded out by individualized engine leasing options.
Bronze Sponsor: KAUTEX TEXTRON GmbH & Co. KG
Founded in 1935, Kautex quickly became a pioneer in the field of polymer processing. Today, we are a Top 100 supplier to global automotive OEMs, manufacturing plastic fuel systems, clear vision systems and castings, in addition to industrial packaging.
Whether you are an experienced professional, a recent college or university graduate, a U.S. veteran newly entering the corporate workforce, or a German secondary student seeking an apprenticeship, Kautex offers a wide variety of career opportunities for you. With 35 locations in 13 countries, you can experience the challenges and variety of a truly global business.
Sweden has the first feminist government in the world. ”Getting more women into business and trade is sound economic policy. Gender equality contributes to growth in all countries, regardless of the level of development.”, so the Minister for Foreign Trade, Ann Linde. In a panel discussion with a Government Minister we bring together German and Swedish stakeholders under the headline ”Female Leadership – Sticks, Carrots and More” to discuss the most efficient tools to get more women into leadership positions.
Main media partner: SHE works!
SHE works! The business and career magazine for women has a feminine look at the topics of economics, digitization, finance and marketing. Carolin Schäufele has teamed up with Katja Brößling to found SHE works!. The Project was launched in 2015. At that time conceived as a pure web appearance, we soon developed the idea of an e-magazine. "Today, every three months, we publish our magazine on different topics like Failure, New Work, HR, Entrepreneurship.” The team is supported by Gabriele van den Berg, who took over acquisition and co-operation in 2018 and comprehensively and consistently expanded it.
As an association for professionals and managers, they offer their members, partners and sister organizations comprehensive legal advice, career support and special conditions for selected partners, as well as their support in the drafting of employment contracts, compensation agreements, certificates and so on.
Great Place to Work®
The Great Place to Work® Institute supports companies worldwide in developing a successful corporate culture and its competitiveness. With locations in almost 60 countries, the institute serves companies in all sectors and sizes from more than 100 countries. The German Great Place to Work® Institute was founded in 2002 as part of the Lisbon Strategy and looks after about 2,000 companies in Germany and internationally.
Great Place to Work® activities include:
- the survey and the feedback on the experienced culture and attractiveness from the point of view of the employees the auditing,
- benchmarking and awarding of the most attractive employers worldwide from the point of view of employees
- as well as sustaining business support in shaping a successful workplace culture and competitiveness
The digital transformation of the German economy is the central theme of the COMPUTERWOCHE. Decision-makers in IT and specialist departments receive practical information on digital transformation as well as strategies and products around megatrends such as Big Data, Internet of Things, Cloud Computing or Collaboration. COMPUTERWOCHE is the leading IT information offering for the IT and e-business elite, providing the highest level of editorial quality, industry expertise and real-time IT.
Komm mach MINT
The National Pact for Women in STEM Professions: Launched in 2008 on the initiative of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, the pact has since brought together the expertise of politics, business, science, social partners and the media to inspire young women to study science and technology.
As musicBWwomen, we have been supporting women in the music industry since its founding in September 2018 and are committed to gender equality. In doing so, we focus on supporting the sustained participation of music women through all levels of professionalism, age and background in the fields of art, business, media and tech. The linking of all active partner networks should enable a national networking of all music women and increase their visibility. As a cross-gender network, we want to involve everyone in the discussion, because only together can work areas be identified and solutions developed.
The Association German Engineers
The fascination for technology drives us forward: For 160 years, the VDI Association of German Engineers has provided important impulses for new technologies and technical solutions for a better quality of life, a better environment and more prosperity. With around 150,000 personal members, the VDI is the largest technical-scientific association in Germany. As a spokesman for engineers and technology, we actively shape the future. Every year, more than 12,000 volunteer experts work on the latest findings in support of our technology location. As the third largest technical rule setter, VDI is a partner for the German economy and science.