at herCAREER Expo 2023
Halle / hall 3 / P.01.6

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Business directory

Industry specific networks


Women should aim more for the executive floor! net4tec is the women’s network to push careers in technology + digital business. We connect female talents with companies and support careers across different life stages. What net4tec does for you? Inspire, Expose, Empower + Promote. Professional networking, encouragement, online & offline events, visibility for women & companies, providing opportunities + enable careers. net4tec is your stage!

Job Offers

Business environment

Start-up environment or start-up like environment


Remote Work, International Atmosphere, Opportunities for personal and professional growth, Flexible working hours and locations, Purpose-driven company goals, Family-friendly work environment, Continuing education and personal development opportunities, Positive work environment, Supportive teams, Inclusive work culture, strategic networking with relevant stakeholders.

Microenterprise: up to 9 employees

founding year


Our accelerators, incubators, hubs and / or labs

Business Creathon Program

Language competence required

Deutsch: German language skills are not required
Englisch: Self-guided speech application (B2)
Further language skills are not required

Education qualifications:

We are open to all degrees

We are specifically looking for the following location(s)





We are looking for employees with the following professional & functional competence profile

Communication / PR / media / linguistics and cultural studies
Entry (expertise self-taught) – 21b
Entry (after further training) – 21c
Entry (after studies with < 3 years of work experience) – 21d
Professional (experience > 3 years) – 21e

Content & Influencer Marketing
Entry (expertise self-taught) – 06b
Entry (after further training) – 06c
Entry (after studies with < 3 years of work experience) – 06d
ProfProfessional (experience > 3 years) – 06e

Data Analytics
Entry (expertise self-taught) – 07b
Entry (after further training) – 07c
Entry (after studies with < 3 years of work experience) – 07d

Digital Marketing & Sales
Entry (expertise self-taught) – 10b
Entry (after sfurther training) – 10c
Entry (after studies with < 3 years of work experience) – 10d
Professional (experience > 3 years) – 10e

Digital transformation (innovations)
Entry (after further training) – 11c
Entry (after studies with < 3 years of work experience) – 11d
Professional (experience > 3 years) – 11e
Entry (expertise self-taught) – 11b

Online Marketing / Social Media Management
Entry (expertise self-taught) – 29b
Entry (after further training) – 29c
Entry (after studies with < 3 years of work experience) – 29d
Professional (experience > 3 years) – 29e

Business Informatics
Entry (after further training) -50c
Entry (after studies with < 3 years of work experience) -50d
Professional (experience > 3 years) -50e

Strategy & Innovation
Entry (after studies with < 3 years of work experience) – 36d
Professional (experience > 3 years) – 36e

Web design & web development
Entry (expertise self-taught) – 39b
Entry (after further training) – 39c
Entry (after studies with < 3 years of work experience) – 39d
Professional (experience > 3 years) – 39e
Lateral entry – 39a

We are looking for employees for the following fields of activity

Consultation / Consulting
Business Development
Customer Service & Customer Care
Diversity & Inclusion
Graphics & Design
IT / Information Technology
Communication & PR
Marketing & Advertising
Project Management
Process Planning / Process Management
Supply Chain Management
Miscellaneous / Other

We are looking for employees for the following specific topics and specialist areas

Marketing and Communication

Content & Influencer Marketing, Digital Marketing & Sales, Direct Marketing, Event Marketing, Experience Journey, Online Marketing, Performance Marketing, PR / Corporate Communications, Social Media Management, Other: Communication, Other: Marketing

Management and business sciences / Economics / Administration

Other: Management and business sciences, Other: Administration

Content participation

Angelique Mesch

Angelique Mesch
Wirtschaftsingenieurin, Senior Product Manager, Deloitte


13/10/2023 10:00 AM - 10:45 AM

MeetUp P.01 Table 3 | Halle / hall 3

Thread / thematic series: Personality and competence development, Science, Engineering, Digitalization & Technology

Joblevel: Career entry, Professional, Leading position, Startup & Entrepreneurship

Keeping your cool, Winning the Conversation: Strategies for effective communication in crucial moments
Tools for talking when stakes are high! We’ve all experienced moments when a seemingly simple conversation turns into a frustrating ordeal, leaving us more exasperated than before. We'll explore specific communication strategies & techniques designed to empower you in these situations. Gain valuable insights that can be applied during your professional & personal interactions. Walk away armed with a powerful toolkit that will transform you into a skilled communicator. Prepare to unlock your potential & become a master of navigating high-stakes conversations. We'll explore practical approaches that ensure you stay composed, respected, and successful in achieving your desired outcomes.
Presented by net4tec

Details about the speaker Angelique Mesch
Vita: Angelique Mesch holds a master's degree in business and engineering. On completion of her studies at Clausthal University of Technology, Ms. Mesch took her first step on the career ladder as field engineer working on offshore facilities for Baker Hughes. She then moved to various global positions in technical sales, program management, engineering and product management to now being a digital transformation consultant. She has always worked in a male-dominated environment, in which she learned to assert herself. Ms. Mesch aims to pave the way for future generations, to which end she organizes career workshops, gives lectures and regularly brings people from different professional backgrounds together. She is currently working on solutions towards increasing process efficiency, developing new products/services, improving manufacturing processes and creating the basis for the use of technologies such as ML and AI. Angelique Mesch is a net4tec pioneer, committed to working together and close the gender gap in technology.

Cécile Deprez

Cécile Deprez
Researcher & Public speaker, German Aerospace Center (DLR)


12/10/2023 01:00 PM - 01:45 PM

MeetUp P.01 Table 3 | Halle / hall 3

Thread / thematic series: Personality and competence development, Mentoring & Networking

Joblevel: Career entry, Professional, Leading position, Lateral entry

Addressing Microaggressions and Sexism in the Workplace
Women and gender minorities often encounter challenges in male-dominated environments. From interruptions during meetings to inappropriate jokes, navigating workplace dynamics can be tough. Identifying and addressing sexism and microaggressions is key to fostering a better work environment. By becoming a strong ally, you can make a difference. Join us to discuss workplace sexism and microaggressions, learn practical coping strategies as a victim or ally, get valuable resources to expand your knowledge and explore the role of woman and gender minority networks in combating sexism. Remember, your feelings are valid, and you're not alone: together, let's create an inclusive work environment!
Presented by net4tec

Details about the speaker Cécile Deprez
Vita: Cécile Deprez studied Geomatics at the University of Liège, in Belgium. After four years of research in the field of satellite positioning, she joined the German Aerospace Center (DLR) in 2020. There, her research focuses on the integration of new technologies (such as laser links) in the future constellations of satellites used for positioning. At DLR, she co-founded and coordinates two women and gender minorities networks (in total > 460 women), in which are regularly organized invited speaker talks, discussion rounds, technical seminars and networking activities across the 30 locations and 55 Institutes of DLR. On the side, Cécile is active as a public speaker on the topics of sexism and microaggressions in STEMM fields as well as on allyship, LGBTQIA+ inclusion and visibility of women experts. As a volunteer, she co-founded and currently manages the Belgian branch of the French association Pépite Sexiste, called Sexisme Flop, which calls out brands making use of sexist advertising on social media. For 1.5 years, she has also been acting as coordinator of the Women in Aerospace Europe (WIA-E) working group on the topic of Visibility of Women in STEM.