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.
Enjoy the moment all the winners from the second installment scooped their awards, including newly crowned CRN Woman of Year, Computacenter's Julie O'Hara
Top industry bosses including Neil Sawyer, Apay Obang-Oyway and Hayley Roberts give their views on the validity of Women in Channel in 2020
CRN's Nima Green lays out the rationale for why the industry needs these awards
Phoenix Software MD reflects on her journey to the peak of the industry
With diverse firms found to perform better, female leaders give their advice on how tech providers can make headway on making their workforce more reflective of wider society
Enjoy the moment all 10 winners from the first installment scooped their awards
Having won Graduate/Apprentice of the Year in 2018, Softcat's Morgan O'Sullivan reflects on her journey in the industry so far in this film recorded especially for Women in Channel 2020
As Women in Channel 2020 kicks off, find out how our industry judges viewed the judging process and standard of entry
Execs from Women in Channel Awards partners - including Dell, Acronis, EPOS and Exertis - open up on how the channel can address the biggest issues around gender diversity
Fujitsu is committed to diversity and inclusion, with a detailed strategy and multiple initiatives for building a diverse and empowered team supported within an inclusive environment. Over the last few years, we've put a real focus on making our recruitment...
Palo Alto's Stuart Taylor on why the vendor is behind CRN's 2020 Women in Channel campaign
Dell Technologies' UK channel boss Rob Tomlin on why the vendor is supporting CRN Women in Channel 2020
When it comes to achieving gender parity, Fujitsu has come a long way over recent years. But we know there’s still a tremendous amount of work to do, and part of our ongoing strategy is to invest time, attention and resources into encouraging young women...
Ronan McCurtin, vice president of Northern Europe at Acronis, on why Acronis is supporting CRN Women in Channel 2020
Comms-care's Katie Hall explores the relationship between diverse teams and improved performance
Jane Craven, EPOS sales director UK & Ireland, explains why the vendor is backing CRN Women in Channel 2020
Jo Lawrence, HR director at Exertis, on why the distributor is supporting CRN's 2020 Women in Channel campaign
Rebecca Sinnatt, head of UK&I Product Business at Fujitsu, on why Fujitsu is throwing its weight behind CRN's 2020 Women in Channel campaign
Who made it onto the shortlist this year?
Newly unveiled WiC judge says COVID could help ‘move the dial’ on diversity in the channel
Although it’s vital to celebrate female talent, COVID-19 has injected new controversy into the Women in Channel debate. Hear the views of four CRN Women in Channel judges...
Record number of nominations received for third annual Women in Channel awards
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