Connecting women to global market

WVEF Tech Challenge
(Pending editorial review)
Brazil (São Paulo)

The International Trade Centre (ITC), Google, and CI&T launched the WVEF Tech Challenge 2015, calling on software developers and other tech specialists to help create a digital platform for women-owned businesses (WOBs) across the world.

We engaged the tech community to propose new tools to women’s business enterprises to better access the global market.

The winner idea is currently under development.

Submitted by

Vitor Freire (28 October 2015)


Brazilian. Storyteller. Designer of Social Experiences.

Brand Director at CI&T
Co-founder of Imagination of Things

Project leader

Anna Mori, Lucas Castanheira, and Vitor Freire

WVEF Tech Challenge
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