Top VARs 2021: Female future

From 1 January 2022, three of the world's five largest IT solutions providers will be female led

Doug Woodburn
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Top VARs 2021: Female future

Although male CEOs still predominate among the 100 companies featured in Top VARs 2021, two of the world's largest tech solutions providers moved to appoint female leaders in 2021. Norway-based ...

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