Deutsche Bank became a Partner of the DLT Talents Program

Published on August 05, 2022


About Deutsche Bank

DeutscheBank has played a key role in shaping the banking world for over 150 years, nevertheless they never stop committing to new technologies. For several years, they have been increasingly involved with blockchain and offer their customers efficiency gains through the new technology. This benefits not only corporations, but also small and medium-sized enterprises. Through Deutsche Bank's Corporate Responsibility program in Asia Pacific, they are empowering women from local communities and female social entrepreneurs to break the bias. In 2021, the bank helped more than 200,000 women with formal education, vocational training, healthcare, entrepreneurship programs and other essential needs. We are very much looking forward to a successful cooperation and many interesting sessions in the coming cohorts!

About DLT Talents

DLT Talents is an 18-week mentoring program designed to assist young women in onboarding the blockchain ecosystem. As blockchain and DLT are still a male-dominated field, with more than 90% of the people engaged being male, change is needed. This change is what we want to achieve through creating equitability for women in technology by providing effective and sustainable support for female leaders who pursue a career in the blockchain ecosystem.


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Application deadline: September 11, 2022

DLT Talents' 5th batch will commence on October 3, 2022. The application deadline is September 11, 2022; 23h59 CET.

The DLT Talents program is an 18-week long program that focuses on career development in the blockchain ecosystem. The program aims to empower women to become entrepreneurs, technologists, regulators, investors, or multipliers in the blockchain, crypto assets, or DLT ecosystem.

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