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Who is the Top Woman in German Tech? Vote now Written by Linsey Fryatt on 8. June 2012

The Top 100 Women in EU Tech was released this week, and we chatted to Roxanne Varza, the European Relations manager of the movement as to how it was decided who made the cut.
Germany ranks pretty impressively – from hot young founders to savvy businesswomen and startup gurus. But who do YOU think deserves the crown of Top Woman in German Tech?
We’ve decided to open the list up to your votes for the German (or Germany-based) representatives. You’ve got until noon on Monday to cast your vote, and don’t worry – if you think there’s someone who deserves to be on the list more, we’ve opened it up so you can add your own suggestions. Here’s a rundown of the nominees (in alphabetical order)

lydia benköLydia Benkö, Corporate Finance Partners

Lydia is currently Vice President at Corporate Finance Partners, international financial advisory service, who recently acted for DailyDeal’s successful sale to Google for €85m.

constanzeConstanze Buchheim, i-Potentials

Founder and CEO of i-Potentials, Buchheim began her career as executive assistant at Spreadshirt before building up her internet recruitment agency up from scratch.

julana condrashJulana Chondrasch, Fashionism

Co-founder of fashion discovery app Fashionism, Chondrash began her career in communications for 7Trends before helping launch the the app and accompanying fashion blog.

verena deliusVerena Delius, Goodbeans

Delius has been the CEO of Goodbeans (formerly Young Internet) Europe’s leading social gaming company for kids, since 2010 – it now employs over 60 people from 10 different countries.

marisa feserAnn Marisa Freese, Pure Equity

Freese is Director at Pure Equity and previously worked as a business analyst for Axel Springer before founding her own successful specialist food company, Kisju.

stephanie keslerStephanie Kaiser, Wooga

Kaiser is the Product Lead for Wooga’s Monster World. The title is one of the Top 20 social games on Facebook with over 5m monthly active users. She is responsible for the design and development of Monster World, leading a team of 15.

claudia helmingClaudia Helming, DaWanda

Helming is founder and CEO of DaWanda, the online marketplace for handcrafted goods. She previously worked as Head of Operations at

paula marttilaPaula Marttila, Startup guru and mentor

Swede Marttila is a self-proclaimed “Digital Product and Biz Dev and Startup Advisor”. As well as mentoring at Seedcamp and Springboard, she can be spotted in one of her many web presences.

caitlin winnerCaitlin Winner, Amen

Winner is the co-founder and CPO of Ashton Kutcher’s new favourite investment Amen. She previously worked as a Interface Designer at Nokia and Technologist at MIT Media Lab.