Women In Business
The theme for International Women's Day 2021 is #ChooseToChallenge, and it should strike a chord with tech leaders. Nicky Tozer, VP EMEA of Oracle NetSuite, believes it must set the tone for us to analyse, question and adapt our leadership…
Despite the tough year that 2020 was, it actually wasn’t too bad for women in leadership, with 41 female CEOs now slated to be running Fortune 500 companies. And although this is not a very high number, it’s certainly a new record which…
Crucial to establishing gender equity in an organisation are effective training programmes for women and recognition of the achievements that make them suitable for upper management.
It has taken no less than 48 presidential elections, but, in January 2021, the United States has sworn in its first female and first black Vice President.
Even in global companies, it is crucial to ensure that opportunities for female employees to advance their careers at every level of the business.
The joint head of Europe’s biggest fashion website resigned his position to support his wife’s “professional ambitions”.
Though the proportion of women in boardrooms is slowly improving, many obstacles still remain for female executives looking to advance their careers and their organisations.
A new bill will require at least one C-level management position in Germany’s largest companies to be filled by a woman.
Earlier this year, in the midst of a global pandemic, Gadhia founded her own FinTech startup Snoop – a free app which connects all your bank accounts and credit cards, tracking your spending and spotting smart ways which can help you can…