Rebecca Sinnatt, head of UK&I Product Business at Fujitsu, on why Fujitsu is throwing its weight behind CRN's 2020 Women in Channel campaign
Who made it onto the shortlist this year?
It’s now even easier to enter the three company-wide categories within Women in Channel Awards
Newly unveiled WiC judge says COVID could help ‘move the dial’ on diversity in the channel
Although it’s vital to celebrate female talent, COVID-19 has injected new controversy into the Women in Channel debate. Hear the views of four CRN Women in Channel judges...
What did the likes of Softcat, XMA and Avanade say on the issue of gender pay in their latest reports?
Resellers and MSPs are struggling to make headway on the structural imbalances within their workforces, latest annual pay data suggests
View photos from last night's awards
A round-up of all the winners from last night's Women in Channel Awards
Reflect on updates from the Women in Channel Awards 2019
Over 600 delegates descend on inaugural event bringing together women and men from the channel and end-user community
Everyone in the industry can do something to improve its gender imbalance
Recruiters should think carefully about the terms they use in job adverts if they are to secure diverse applicants, Women in Tech Festival 2019 speaker Anisah Britton says ahead of event in September
Finalists announced ahead of big night on 17 October
Doug Woodburn lifts the lid on the initial judging phase for the 2019 CRN Women in Channel Awards
In a video filmed ahead of the event, Julie Fedele opens up on unconscious bias in the tech industry and what she learned from the failure of her previous tech startup
Salesforce Supermums helps mothers re-build their confidence to return to the workforce
To answer the inevitable question from That Guy
Entry deadline is 5pm on Friday
Jane Ashworth on mentoring, building a network of solidarity and the channel's attitude to diversity
'The fact that women want to be treated equally doesn't mean we all have the same needs, and it definitely doesn't mean we have the same needs as men.' Holly Brockwell discusses how tech events need to change