Boot camp and start-up weekend aim to kick-start women in tech

Techstars weekend offers access to mentors and investors, while TechFoundHer will hold workshops and talks to help female founders get more tech savvy

Áine Kerr, co-founder of Kinzen: signed up for TechFoundHer bootcamp. Picture: Kyran O’Brien

Two events for women entrepreneurs have been announced, with Techstars holding a start-up weekend next month while TechFoundHer is hosting a boot camp in May.

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The Techstars gathering, which starts on March 24 at Droga5’s office in Smithfield, Dublin, is intended to be “an exciting and immersive foray into the world of start-ups”.

It offers attendees access to mentors, investors, co-founders and sponsors ...