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As the world has changed significantly, we have curated a rich library of content to help advance women in tech. From practical leadership advice from cross-sector leaders and trainers, to panel discussions and content delivered by key tech specific leaders, login or join the hub to access a growing selection of practical articles and videos.

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ON-DEMAND WEBINAR: A NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTION – WHY WOMEN IN TECH MUST LEAD THE WAY IN 2023

Do you think ‘leadership’ when you think about your next promotion? Forward-looking organisations know that gender-balanced leadership teams are synonymous with business success, so it’s time for you to be part of that change, hone your leadership skills and set your sights on those big, bold senior roles. Join us for this thought-provoking discussion with three female executives from QVC, sharing how they’ve successfully worked their way into Vice President positions, and how you can be the leader of your own career.

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How Lenovo is bridging the gap for women in STEM

In every corner of the business at Lenovo there are female trailblazers, demonstrating first hand that a career in technology is challenging, exciting and rewarding. Ola Eldib, Country Manager for Lenovo Egypt and Levant, and Roberta Marchini, Director of European Technical Solutions Support, exemplify this as they help pave the way for women in STEM.

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Jane Govindsamy

Cracking the code: How Lenovo’s ROBO Girl initiative is creating opportunity for South Africa’s young women

Alongside her role as Executive PA to the General Manager of Lenovo South Africa, Jane Govindsamy leads the company’s ROBO Girl initiative, a free-to-access project designed to encourage coding and Robotics in government schools for young women. Piloting in December 2022, its success was immediate and Jane is now planning a new intake. We talked to her about how access to skills and tech environments can widen the understandings of possibility for South African communities, and why young girls in particular need to be enabled and encouraged to see themselves in the industry of the future.

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