Woman in tech? Join our network to get discounted tickets for Web Summit Qatar.

Women in tech ticket holders get full general attendee access, for just QR199.50 for a pair of tickets – a massive 90% discount as part of our commitment to changing the gender ratio at global technology events.

Join the Web Summit women in tech network today, and receive a discount code to join us in Doha in February 2024.

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Our commitment to change

We’re committed to changing the gender ratio at our global events, and to empowering women through networking and mentorship. At our events in 2022, 43% of attendees were women.

Get women in tech tickets

Attend Web Summit Qatar for just QR199.50 – a 90% saving on general attendee tickets.

Women in tech tickets give you exactly the same benefits as a general attendee ticket, along with a whole host of extras including exclusive access to our Women in Tech Lounge, targeted masterclasses and roundtables, and more. These tickets come in pairs, so you’re welcome to invite a fellow woman in tech to join you at Web Summit Qatar.

Please note: As part of our commitment to change, and in accordance with Part C of our terms and conditions, this programme is only open to women.

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Join the women in tech network

We’re committed to changing the gender ratio at our global events. But how do we build a more inclusive and diverse tech industry? Join our global online women in tech community and receive a monthly newsletter – written by the Web Summit women in tech team – featuring content from our events and from the wider community.

The newsletter is also your go-to source for exciting announcements and updates on discounted ticket initiatives.

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Mariana Vasconcelos, Founder & CEO, Agrosmart
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What they say about our events

“A major tech conference.”

– Al Jazeera

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“Bridges the gap between creativity and tech.”

– Forbes

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“Where the future goes to be born.”

– The Atlantic

“The world’s best speakers.”

– Inc.

“At the current rate, it’s going to take more than 100 years for women to hit pay parity with men. I don’t want to wait that long.”

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– Lindsay Kaplan, Co-founder, Chief

“For every one woman promoted to director level, two women are leaving the workforce.”

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– Rosemarie Ryan, Co-founder & CEO, co:collective

“Women are half the population, and their health affects everyone.”

A person (Siam Capital founder and general partner Sita Chantramonklasri) sits in an armchair. Their left leg is crossed over their right, and their fingers are interlaced over their left knee. They're wearing a headset mic and appear to be speaking.

– Sita Chantramonklasri, Founder & General Partner, Siam Capital

Web Summit’s women in tech programme is coming to Web Summit Qatar. Join us.