While Australian Government figures show women make up half the private sector workforce, they make only a third of key management positions. This International Women’s Day theme is “choose is to challenge”, and Kathryn Vosper, a technology firm executive, is living evidence we can all reject bias, and instead be a leader in standing up for what is right.
Sydney and Melbourne rank in the top 15 cities globally in a gender-specific study conducted by Dell Technologies that looks at a city’s ability to foster the growth of women-owned businesses.
Australian and New Zealand schoolgirls as young as nine have pitched their apps to top executives and engineers in Silicon Valley as part of the Brisbane-founded Tech Girls are Superheroes program.
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She didn't walk away empty handed, she got a partial win which meant she got 50% of the prize value
It's a mess, sadly. Will Assange ever be free?
Sounds like they'll be both processing plenty of Dosh and earning plenty of it too!