Some 15 of the industry's top names have confirmed their place in the CRN Women in Channel 2020 judging line-up.
We can reveal the first batch of industry judges that will be involved in picking this year's winners across the 15 individual and three company-wide categories.
This year's judging crop include the likes of Softcat CEO Graeme Watt, Phoenix Software CEO Sam Mudd, BT Business Direct CEO Helen Slinger, Cisco UK partner boss Angela Whitty and Dell VP Sarah Shields.
They will be joined by regular CRN judges Nima Green and Doug Woodburn. The full list of judges confirmed so far can be found here.
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