Women in Tech: A Perfect Fit for a Sustainable and Inclusive Future explores the persistent challenge of attracting, advancing and retaining women in the technology industry. Despite making up more than half of the global population, women represent only a quarter of the workforce in the technology industry. This insightful book presents five key strategies to address this disparity, including the importance of digital skills, representation and role models, cultivating inclusive company cultures, providing access to funding for female founders and inspiring the next generation in STEM fields. With interviews featuring inspirational women and men, real-life company cases and role models, this comprehensive guide provides a valuable resource for promoting gender equality in the tech sector. It also showcases organisations and experts who are actively pursuing a more diverse and inclusive tech industry. Whether you work in the technology field or are committed to promoting diversity and inclusion, Women in Tech offers useful insights and practical tools to drive meaningful change. Laurence Jacobs is a seasoned business relationship officer at technology federation Agoria, where she is instrumental in driving the growth and success of digital-first businesses. She also serves as an ambassador for "Women in Tech," with a mission to increase the representation and retention of women in the technology industry. Her unwavering commitment to promoting diversity and inclusion is reflected in her various roles as a jury member and coach at BeCentral’s WeAreFounders accelerator, jury member of DO! Ghent, board member of #SheDIDIT, mentor at ASATT Women in STEM Fellowship and general assembly member of Technopolis, as well as her active involvement in the Women4Cyber Foundation Belgium and in setting-up the S.HE Goes Digital executive master at VUB/ULB. In addition to her professional endeavours, Laurence has also co-authored the popular book Nooit nog normaal. She is a highly sought-after keynote speaker and panellist, known for her expertise at the intersection of technology, (social) innovation, and DEI.