Tag Archives: Women in tech

PCR SEPTEMBER DE&I ROUNDTABLE: Making meaningful changes

Creating a workplace culture that ensures all employees are included and valued is crucial. While it may be an investment, employees are the most essential part of any company and should be the first priority. In our Diversity, Equality and Inclusion roundtable, responses from Ann Keefe: “Regional Director UK & …

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PCR SEPTEMBER ISSUE OUT NOW: DIVERSITY, EQUALITY & INCLUSION SPECIAL FOCUS

In PCR’s September issue we focus on the challenging topic of Diversity, Equality & Inclusion. It may seem surprising that this still continues to be an issue within the tech channel. But unfortunately the reality is that it is indeed still an issue, but one that many companies are working …

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PCR SEPTEMBER DIVERSITY, EQUALITY & INCLUSION ISSUE CALL FOR EDITORIAL

In PCR’s September issue we will have a special focus on Diversity, Equality and Inclusion in the workplace. We will delve in to this highly important subject to explore the key challenges and trends and identify what’s needed and what is currently being implemented and any areas that the channel …

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Tech Data Appoints Annette Cunningham As vice president sales, UK and Ireland

Tech Data has appointed Annette Cunningham as vice president sales, UK and Ireland. Previously field and corporate sales director, she joined the company in November 2020 having held a number of senior sales leadership positions supporting the channel. Cunningham has worked within the IT industry for more than three decades. …

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PCR’s September issue Diversity, Equality and Inclusion Special: How to get involved

In PCR’s September issue we will have a special focus on Diversity, Equality and Inclusion in the workplace. We will delve in to this highly important subject to explore the key challenges and trends and identify what’s needed and what is currently being implemented and any areas that the channel …

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PCR June women in tech: Gigamon’s Larissa Crandall

With over 22 years as a channel sales executive in the high-tech industry, Larissa Crandall, vice president of Worldwide Channel and Alliances at Gigamon has extensive experience transforming global partner ecosystems. We spoke with Larissa to find out more about her dedication to the channel. Since joining Gigamon, Larissa Crandall …

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PCR MAY ISSUE OUT NOW: SUSTAINABILITY SPECIAL!!

With the government placing an increased focus on sustainability in its operations, suppliers looking to win and retain contracts in the public sector will have to ensure they’re meeting new standards. But how can becoming more sustainable help suppliers work better with the public sector? To answer this we spoke …

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Tech Data launches DEI focused business resource group Embrace

Tech Data has launched a business resource group (BRG) focused on diversity, equality and inclusion called Embrace. David Watts, managing director, UK and Ireland, Tech Data, said: “Tech Data is committed to maintaining a culture that celebrates diversity, equity, and inclusion and we are really looking forward to getting Embrace underway and seeing …

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Skillsoft and iamtheCODE Partner to Enable One Million Females to Learn How to Code by 2030

Skillsoft is embarking on a strategic initiative with iamtheCODE, the first African-led global movement to mobilise government, private-sector, and philanthropic foundations to advance STEAMED education for women and girls in marginalised communities. The partnership is designed to support iamtheCODE’s mission to train 1 million women and girl coders worldwide by 2030 …

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PCR Top Women in Tech call for comment on Industry Experiences and Diversity roundtable Q&A

Ahead of International Women’s Day next Tuesday we are calling for comment from the tech and IT channel’s females in leadership positions to provide comment on their experiences as a female tech leader and passion for driving greater diversity in the sector. If you are a female in a leadership …

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