CRN launches Women in Channel hub
Stay on top of all the major news and views on gender diversity, which has become a major focal point for our industry in 2018
CRN's Women in Channel campaign will culminate in an awards ceremony on 18 October in central London. The deadline for nominations is 25 May.
In the meantime, the CRN editorial team will use the content hub to bring you coverage of the industry's gender diversity issue from all angles.
Look out for interviews with key industry figures, analysis of recent pay gap data within our sector, and real-world examples of how firms benefit from having a more diversified workforce.
We're also pleased to announce that at launch we have Tech Data, Exclusive Networks and Computacenter on board as partners for the Women in Channel campaign.
Firms can only do so much to tackle the industry's pronounced diversity deficit at an individual level.
It is only by coming together to raise awareness and share ideas that the dial can be moved, and we hope the hub can act as a focal point for industry comment on debate on this important topic.
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Resellers and MSPs are struggling to make headway on the structural imbalances within their workforces, latest annual pay data suggests
Zoë Morris, president at tech recruiter Mason Frank International, on what policies companies should put in place to ensure parity in gender diversity
Chipmaker’s international supplier diversity manager tells CRN the direction she hopes the IT sector will take when it comes to diversity and inclusion at all levels
'We're ahead of the game nationally' - Tech Talent Charter praises industry for addressing gender imbalance
But campaign group says there is more to be done
US president’s daughter's keynote speech draws backlash for her lack of tech experience
Jenna Griffin, policy and programme manager at BCS, reflects on the issues raised at the inaugural Women in Tech Festival UK
Yesterday's event brought together women and men from the channel and end-user tech community. View the highlights here
'You need to find a comfortable way to be visible' - Stemettes co-founder Imafidon on how women can thrive in the tech industry
Stemettes co-founder Anne-Marie Imafidon kicks off the Women in Tech Festival UK
Over 600 delegates descend on inaugural event bringing together women and men from the channel and end-user community
Tech Data's HR boss says attitudes towards career breaks are changing
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Holly Brockwell on why the Women in Tech Festival is a must-attend event
Recruiters should think carefully about the terms they use in job adverts if they are to secure diverse applicants, Women in Tech Festival 2019 speaker Anisah Britton says ahead of event in September
'There's still a place for women-only groups, but if we're going to move the dial they need to be mixed' Tech Talent Charter CEO
Debbie Forster discusses working together to boost diversity
The founder and CEO of Stemettes, Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon, has exposed more than 40,000 young people to STEM. She tells us how we encourage more women to become entrepreneurs
Finalists announced ahead of big night on 17 October
Doug Woodburn lifts the lid on the initial judging phase for the 2019 CRN 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
Salesforce Supermums helps mothers re-build their confidence to return to the workforce
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'The fact that women want to be treated equally doesn't mean we all have the same needs, and it definitely doesn't mean we have the same needs as men.' Holly Brockwell discusses how tech events need to change
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
In the build up to the Women in Tech Festival UK 2019, Computacenter's most senior female salesperson says the industry needs to be doing more to showcase roles that lie outside the technical realm
Deadline for second annual awards, which for the first time features a category open to men as well as women, is tomorrow
One of CRN's Women in Channel judges, Computacenter's Sarah Long, explains why flexible working makes business sense
'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