The president of techUK issued a good luck message to all finalists as the first installment of the 2020 CRN Women in Channel Awards kicked off.
Jacqueline de Rojas CBE was quick to congratulation not only the winners, but all of the 800-plus women and companies that were shortlisted for the awards.
"Hundreds of women have been nominated, and only a few will make the cut," she said, in a short message that aired as part of the awards.
"However, we want to inspire women to join and stay in the tech industry, and that's why these awards are so important. Congrautlations to all of you who were onominated; you are important, and the industry depends on you to esnure we create a diverse world that works for everybody."
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