Limatech, a major player in decarbonization and innovation in the French electronics industry, recently took part in a round table discussion on the feminization of the workforce in this fast-changing sector. The event, organized by Nanoélec and Acsiel, took place on March 8 at CEA-Leti, to mark International Women’s Rights Day.

This round table, entitled “The feminization of the workforce in the electronics industry”, brought together inspirational personalities and opinion leaders committed to promoting diversity and gender equality in the field of technology.

Florence Robin, founder and president of Limatech, was honored to be part of this prestigious panel. His entrepreneurial career and his commitment to the energy transition make him an emblematic figure of the new generation of French entrepreneurs.

Alongside Florence Robin, other influential women shared their experience and vision at this round table. Among them, Sandrine Maubert, Deputy Director of IRT Nanoelec, Frédérique Le Greves, President of STMicroelectronics France, and Anne Roule, Director of the Technology Platform Department at CEA-Leti, all contributed to enriching the debates and inspiring young girls wishing to enter the electronics industry.

This initiative is fully in line with Limatech’s mission to promote innovation and the reindustrialization of France, while actively contributing to the energy transition. By highlighting a wide range of inspiring career paths, this round table underscored the importance of talent diversity in meeting tomorrow’s technological challenges.

Limatech thus continues to affirm its commitment to more inclusive electrification, where every individual, regardless of gender, can contribute fully to building a more sustainable and prosperous future.

To find out more about our startup and our commitment to industrial innovation, read our latest article: Florence, President of Limatech, joins the Start Industrie Board of Directors.