In our previous article, we shared the latest girl things we’ve discovered from the most recent Girl Tech Awards, and in this post, we’re sharing more details about the award show.
In case you missed it, the Girl Techs are an annual tech event hosted by The Verge, which takes place this June.
We had the pleasure of speaking with a few attendees who attended the event, and they shared some important details about what to expect.
The Girl Tech awards, in the past, have featured a lot of big names, including The Chainsmokers, Pharrell Williams, and the Grammys.
And as we’ve previously noted, the event has traditionally been dominated by young women.
But that hasn’t always been the case, and a lot has changed since the Girl techs began.
Now, we have the latest, and one of the coolest, new girl things to come to The Verge Awards: Girl Things.
The event takes place at the end of June, and it will be the first time we’ve had a girl tech award.
The Girl Tech Award is sponsored by Girls Inc, a company that works with brands to help them promote and market their products, including Girl Things, a new clothing line that’s created by the company.
Girls Inc founder and CEO Kate Koehn said that Girl Things is not just a brand, but a movement: “Our brand is girl.
It’s an attitude.”
In a statement, Koehm said that the company hopes Girl Things will help empower girls to feel confident in themselves and to take charge of their lives.
The company has also partnered with The Verge to help spread the word about Girl Things and the new girl thing.
The award show will be held at the New York City Marriott Marquis hotel and will feature a variety of panels, including a panel featuring the creators of the popular app, Gossip Girl.
Koehne added that the panelists will have a “special guest” in attendance, and that guest will be invited to the panel to share the most exciting girl tech news they’ve found.
Other panelists at the event include a “girl-friendly” fashion designer, a “women-friendly fashion designer,” a “beauty- and fashion-centric fashion designer” and a “fashion-centric beauty and fashion designer.”
Koehn also announced that the event will feature two panels featuring “woman-friendly influencers” as well as a “woman and gender-focused influencer.”
That last group is composed of a bunch of women in tech, like a “female-centric tech influencer” and the founder of a “gender-neutral influencer,” who will share tips on how to “develop a business that doesn’t fall prey to gender stereotypes.”
Kroehn also teased a few other announcements for the event: a panel that will feature an “intersectionalist panel” and two “transgender and nonbinary” panelists.
These panels will feature “both a trans woman and an intersectionalist panelist,” and they will discuss “what the intersectionality of the world looks like and how it can help you.”