The Global Tech Awards recognizes excellence in various fields of technology, including Female Technology (FemTech). The following are the criteria for Female Technology (FemTech) Awards Category:
Impact: The extent to which the solution or technology has improved the lives of women and has had a positive impact on their health, well-being, and empowerment.
Innovation: The level of innovation and creativity in the solution or technology and its ability to address existing challenges in a new and effective way.
User-centered design: The degree to which the solution or technology is designed with the end-user in mind and takes into account their needs and preferences.
Scalability: The ability of the solution or technology to be scaled and reach a large number of users.
Evidence-based: The availability of research and evidence that demonstrates the effectiveness and impact of the solution or technology.
Sustainability: The extent to which the solution or technology is sustainable and can be sustained over time.
Collaboration: The level of collaboration and partnerships between different stakeholders, including women's organizations, health providers, and technology companies, to develop and implement the solution or technology.
Commercial viability: The potential for the solution or technology to be commercially successful and generate revenue in a sustainable manner.
Ethics and privacy: The extent to which the solution or technology adheres to ethical principles and protects the privacy and confidentiality of users.
Measurable outcomes: The ability to measure and track the outcomes of the solution or technology and demonstrate its impact over time.
The judges will also consider other factors such as the nominee's overall impact on the Female Technology (FemTech) field, the level of creativity and originality of the solution, and the nominee's ability to overcome technical and market challenges. All decisions of the judges are final.