April 1, 2020

 

April 2, 2020 (Chicago, Il) Women and Drones, the premier global platform for women in the UAS (drone) and UAM (urban air mobility) industries, is pleased to announce GLOBHE, our new international Corporate Member in the new  Women and Drones Membership Program.

“Women and Drones reaches around the world and we are proud to welcome GLOBHE, based in Sweden, to Women and Drones. Founder Helena Samsioe

was recognized as a 2017 Women to Watch ” explained CEO and Founder, Sharon Rossmark.

 

GLOBHE

GLOBHE collects drone data on demand to create a better future for our clients, people and the planet. Recently GLOBHE launched the world’s first Crowddroning platform where drone pilots around the world take on paid freelance missions to deliver drone data to GLOBHE clients and at the same time help create social impact. Currently Crowddroning connects to 3761 drone pilots in 54 countries. For more information: https://globhe.com/

About Women and Drones

Women and Drones has a growing network of more than 6,000 women using our platform to connect, collaborate and discover new opportunities in this exploding technology sector. The core mission of Women and Drones is to increase women participation in the economic opportunities in the UAS and UAM industry.

Women and Drones Membership is open to individuals, military, students, training companies, educational programs, affiliated organizations and corporations. Members have access to group programs including insurance, plus discounts on products and services.

 

For More Information Contact:

Dr. Tulinda Larsen

Membership Advisor

Hello@womenanddrones.com

 

 

 

Company Details

WomenandDrones.com is the largest online platform for women in the UAS industry.  The organization, founded by Sharon Rossmark, enables women to connect, collaborate and form global business relationships to grow their network.  The organization also offers STEM books and programs to encourage children, especially girls, to develop an interest in STEM. Visit www.womenanddrones.com and follow @WomenandDrones on Twitter.