CRN Women in Channel
Our Mission Statement
More diverse organisations are known to make better decisions.
And yet most companies in our sector are still run and staffed largely by men. Scan the audience of any industry event, and - likewise - you will be greeted by a sea of male faces.
Building on the success of last year's inaugural CRN Women in Channel Awards, CRN's Women in Channel campaign highlights the channel leaders and companies taking the initiative to make our industry more representative of society at large.
Firms can only do so much at an individual level.
It is only by coming together to raise awareness and share ideas on this important topic that the dial can be moved.
View photos from last night's awards
A round-up of all the winners from last night's Women in Channel Awards
In a video filmed ahead of the event, Julie Fedele opens up on unconscious bias in the tech industry and what she learned from the failure of her previous tech startup
If you've been nominated for this year's awards, you may wish to consider the following pointers for your entry
Over 500 nominations received, up steeply on last year
'Whether it's data mining or fantastic applications and platforms, how can we be so good at that but when it comes to the fundamental human stuff, we're not so good?' Sam Mudd tells CRN
'The survival of so many companies and the ultimate success of our industry rely on us embracing women in tech' - Columbus' UK MD
The latest channel leader to be unveiled as one of CRN's Women in Channel judges explains why she's taken on the role
CRN Women in Channel judge Graeme Watt opens up over his efforts to tackle imbalance in the channel workforce
CRN unveils its judges line-up for the Women in Channel Awards 2019, as the deadline for entrants draws closer
George Brasher says tech industry needs to 'address an economic and moral imperative'