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#StrongerTogether: building your network of trailblazing women in sales

Featuring Seanté Baker, Regional Vice President of Commercial Sales, Manufacturing at Salesforce

Women in IT: the lack of diversity in fashion is no barrier to determination

Being born into a traditional Pakistani family failed to stop Barjis Chohan from succeeding in one of the least diverse industries in the world

SheaMoisture launch UK social justice coalition supporting people of colour

New SheaMoisture $126,000 investment to be shared equally among five US and one British activist fighting for social change

How to drive the cause of women in leadership in your organisation

There is a clear business case for more action to bolster women in leadership. Juliane Sterzl, VP of UK&I, CoachHub has some ideas

So you’ve decided to celebrate International Women’s Day!

Well done! But are your International Women’s Day efforts worth their salt and truly inspiring today’s women of the world?

Who will be a winner? The Women in IT Awards New York 2020 shortlist is out

Excitement builds as shortlisted nominees take one step closer to being crowned a winner at the Women in IT Awards New York 2020.

Some way to go for parity for Women in the Workplace says McKinsey report

Women in the Workplace report outlines steps companies can take to fix their broken rung, which is denying women progress in their careers.

Women in Asset Management: proving gender is no longer relevant

For our Women in Asset Management Awards we spoke with two inspirational women about how to succeed, while supporting other women in the industry.

Lessons all professionals can learn from hugely successful immigrant women

The three things successful immigrant women have in common that can propel any aspiring workplace ‘outsider’.

74% of women feel UK workplace culture stalls their career prospects

New study reveals the depth of unconscious gender bias in UK workplace culture, says a year-long study by Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge.