Amobee Sponsors VerveCon 2018 Tech Conference, Supporting the Advancement of Women in Technology & Engineering

| February 2, 2018

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To support empowering women in technology and engineering, Amobee is proud to sponsor the inaugural VerveCon 2018 Tech Conference in Santa Clara on February 9th. VerveCon is a convention for women in technology created by a passionate team of female engineers, focused on female participation and highlighting the contributions and achievements of fellow female engineers.

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