Join us for the second installment of the CRN Women in Channel Awards 2020 at 4pm today, where we will unveil who has won the company-wide categories, as well as the Marketing, Manager, Entrepreneur, Outstanding Returner Executive Mentor and Role Model. The show will then culminate with our Woman of the Year award.
Ahead of the second installment, here is a round up of the ten winners from episode one yesterday. Congratulations to all our worthy winners!
Category one: Graduate/Apprentice of the Year - Vendor/Distributor
Highly commended: Amy Lishman, Fujitsu
WINNER: Emily Gotch, Microsoft
Voice of God summary: "In a category absolutely packed with amazing talent, the winner stood out for the judges because of how she used her own experience to help those from more disadvantaged backgrounds, including making sure they have smart clothes to wear for interviews. It's clear she has earned the respect of her colleagues in a short space of time, with senior executives giving her truly glowing testimonials. An inspiring entry."
Find out who won Graduate/Apprentice of the Year - Reseller/Solution Provider on the next page
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