Hack'n'Lead's first edition was held in 2018. After a successful event, it was organized again in 2019. This year we are delighted to bring Hack'n'Lead back to the tech scene in Switzerland.
First hackathon? Join us! Hack'n'Lead welcomes tech enthusiasts of all levels to support you during your transition into the tech industry or into a different role.
WHAT MAKES US SPECIAL
On top of the usual tech talks and prep events, Hack'n'Lead sponsors and ambassadors will provide on-site mentors, who are specialists in their domains. They can guide you and answer career-related or technical questions as you work on your projects.
Need a baby sitter so you can attend the event? We care about you being a parent and we care about your children. That's why we offer on-site child care. Additionally, every girl and boy at the age of 4+ will be able to attend afternoon coding 4 kids sessions, thanks to our friends at Youth Intelligence Agency
Never been to a hackathon? Or maybe you have been to one, but would love to learn more about how you can prepare for Hack'n'Lead? This will be perfect for you! Throughout 2023 we are holding tech workshops amd events so you can prepare and make the most of this experience. See upcoming events here
Hack'n'Lead is a friendly space for you to explore career options, learn new things, invent novel solutions and meet interesting people. Expect healthy food and activities, which will feed your brain with great ideas. Have fun and build cool prototypes with your team. And we promise: you won't be the only woman in the room!
Software Engineer &
Kira Catherine Euling
Data Scientist | Data Analyst
Director & Digital Transformation Leader
CTO & Co-Founder
Data Scientist, Speaker, Author
Hajar El Haddaoui
Senior Director, Transformational Leader
MSc Student ETH Zurich | President LIMES
International SEO Consultant and Founder
I think one of the beautiful things about Hack’n’Lead is that it really is for everybody. So, I recommend it to everybody, even to people who are working in a non-tech field and now are thinking about moving into the tech industry. It’s a good way for them to figure out what they want to do because there are so many things you can do in a hackathon."