How tech companies celebrated on Twitter International Womens Day

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From: Mashable By Kerry Flynn
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Among the more than 7.5 million tweets related to International Women's Day, tech companies showed up, too, and released their statements of solidarity and appreciation for the gender that they, for the most part, fail to equally represent and support in their industry.

Without further ado, let us share with you their appreciation:

Apple

Google

Google CEO Sundar Pichai and Google execs also wore red ribbons at Google Cloud Next conference Wednesday.

YouTube

Microsoft

Facebook

Nothing from CEO Mark Zuckerberg on his Facebook page, but here's another one from COO Sheryl Sandberg.

Instagram

Square

Slack

Spotify

iHeartRadio

eBay

Intel

GE

Amazon

Salesforce

IBM

Yahoo

Tumblr

Foursquare

Tinder

Bumble

Uber

Lyft

Airbnb

Verizon

AT&T

Musical.ly

Pinterest

Squarespace

Blue Apron

Snap

Snap Inc. may have gotten some heat for its fun filters, but the company at large is taking Women's History Month and International Women's Day seriously. The company and its women's diversity resource group is hosting educational events celebration, such as workshops and lunches, every week in March.


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