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Why should more companies join BWBW?


Why should more companies join BWBW?

Join our initiative to advocate for diversity and inclusion and to help us create a more gender-balanced workforce in the IT Sector by supporting female career-returners.

+10% increase

in women in key

leadership positions


market value

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Economics Centre


>15% senior




The Credit Suisse

Research Institute


balanced ExCos


probability of

long-term value


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> 30% of C-suite



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Research shows that gender-balanced companies enjoy huge advantages. This is influencing CEOs, executive teams, and investors:

Too much 100%

full-time open

positions in CH

Difficulty to find SF


15% women in


60% never find

back to work after


1/7 lose job



Capability Gap

Same profiles:

No enablement

& no diversity

Equality gap:

Lower performance

Market challenges

81600 new jobs

by 2026 (IDC)

Support Partners

hiring SF talent

Increase women

% in Tech

Support women

returning back to


Create jobs

below 100 %

More visibility for

partners as great

places to work

Hire for attitude &

train for skills

Gender balanced:

Better performance &

more innovation

Market opportunities
Our Partner Ecosystem

The global economy and the salesforce economy;

The linked report underscores the substantial impact of the Salesforce Economy, forecasting the creation of 9.3 million jobs and $1.6 trillion in new business revenues by 2026. In this economic landscape, #bwbw plays a crucial role by addressing the pervasive skills gap evident across industries and the skill gap is not limited to Salesforce. It actively promotes diversity and inclusion, supports women in acquiring skills applicable across the tech sector, and contributes to sustainable economic growth. #bwbw's mission aligns seamlessly with the growth trajectory outlined in the report, positioning it as a key player in ensuring inclusive and sustainable economic benefits in the evolving technology landscape.

#bwbw's importance is multifaceted:

Reskilling and Job Creation:

With the Salesforce Economy's expansion, there's a burgeoning demand for skilled professionals. #bwbw plays a pivotal role in reskilling women, equipping them to tap into emerging job opportunities within the Salesforce ecosystem and beyond. This aligns with the projected job creation highlighted in the report.

Diversity and Inclusion:

The report emphasizes the significance of diversity in fostering innovation and economic success. #bwbw, by focusing on women who have taken career breaks, actively champions diversity and inclusion, not only within Salesforce but also within the broader tech industry.

Addressing the Universal Skills Gap:

Recognizing that the skills gap is a universal challenge, #bwbw extends its support beyond Salesforce, assisting women in acquiring skills that are in demand across various tech sectors. By doing so, #bwbw contributes to closing the skills gap on a broader scale.

Supporting Sustainable Economic Growth:

The Salesforce Economy's success hinges on a skilled and diverse workforce. #bwbw contributes to sustainable economic growth by arming women with the skills and confidence necessary to re-enter the workforce successfully, not only within Salesforce but in the wider technology landscape.

Aligning with Industry Trends: The report highlights the transformative impact of technology on the job market. #bwbw, by focusing on Salesforce skills and extending its support to other tech companies, aligns with industry trends, positioning women to leverage opportunities in an evolving technological landscape.

Become a Partner

BWBW is a non-profit organisation within Salesforce and all required expenses are associated mainly with training of participants during the year.

All BWBW team members are working on a volunteer basis and are supported by our partners, customers and Salesforce.We are aiming to reach from 27% to 50% of Salesforce Certified women in Tech by 2024 and reskill 72 women per year.

The fees should be paid in the following currencies:

CHF: Switzerland.
EUR: Czech Republic, Poland, Romania, Bulgaria and Hungary and Germany