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.
How best to break this status quo - at a time when the winds of change are blowing through wider society - will be a central theme of CRN's Women in Channel campaign.
But 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.
Sarah Shields advocates for the importance of companies putting in the legwork to recruit more women into the industry
UKFast MD Gail Jones tells CRN that problems in the UK education system is a major reason for the tech industry's skewed gender imbalance
Lindsey Fish, founder of Mums Enterprise and a CRN WiC judge, explains how perceptions about working mums are slowly changing, in part due to Brexit
CRN examines the gender pay gaps of 35 top UK resellers and looks at how the new law has galvanised many to take action on gender diversity
Alex Tatham explains how Westcoast is interacting with local schoolchildren near its bases to encourage both sexes to consider IT as a career
Women much less likely to put themselves forward for roles unless they tick every attribute needed and more, Nurole founder and CRN Women in Channel judge Susie Cummings tells CRN
Doug Woodburn outlines the rationale behind our Women in Channel campaign
CRN is delighted to unveil the first nine judges on our inaugural Women in Channel Awards judging panel
Sara Yirrell explains why CRN has waited until now to launch this initiative
Women will be 'very powerful' in 21st century, Alibaba founder says, after Chinese giant's cloud arm makes it into Gartner Magic Quadrant for first time