Displaying items by tag: Women

Ride-sharing platform Shebah has landed a $1 million investment from a new investor, taking its crowdfunding equity raising to a total just short of $2.4 million.

Published in Strategy

The global organisation for women, Women on Boards, has called for Australian Governments and businesses to urgently prioritise closing both the gender-pay and gender-investment gaps to achieve a better balance.

Published in Strategy

A study by the GSM Association, a trade body for mobile network operators, claims 80% of women in low- and middle-income countries now have their own mobile devices.

Published in Mobility

Apple has announced the launch of its "all-new Entrepreneur Camp", billed as a "first-of-its-kind initiative designed to create new opportunities for app-driven businesses owned or led by women through an intensive technology lab, specialised support and ongoing mentoring".

Published in Development

Fast-broadband connectivity is contributing to a boom in female entrepreneurship and giving women more flexibility to choose where and how they work, according to a new research report.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Wednesday, 17 October 2018 16:43

Bringing female faces to (traditionally) male places

Splunk’s president of Worldwide Field Operations runs 68% of the company and has a distinguished career across the NSA, Sun and Salesforce. Oh, and incidentally, she’s a woman. 

Published in The Wired CIO
Wednesday, 26 September 2018 15:59

Stone & Chalk gets new chairman and board

There have been changes at the top of Australian-based Asian fintech innovation hub Stone & Chalk, with the appointment of a new chairman and new board members.

Published in People Moves

Cyber security entrepreneur and CISO adviser Jane Frankland wants to establish a code of conduct for conferences, saying advancing issues that promote women in IT will benefit the industry as a whole, irrespective of gender.

Published in Education

Westpac has launched a pilot program to encourage up to 100 female high school students in Sydney to gain valuable science, technology, engineering and maths skills.

Published in Development

Nearly two million Australians aged 14 or over use Uber Eats, Menulog/Eatnow.com.au and Deliveroo, or one of the many other meal delivery services, in an average three months, according to new research by Roy Morgan.

Published in Strategy

Accounting software provider MYOB has launched the second wave of its developher programme aimed at increasing the number of women in technical roles and offering successful candidates a fully paid, full-time internship.

Published in Education

Dana Lewis and Zui Dighe were named today winners of Red Hat’s Women in Open Source award for their altruistic work in collaborative and open healthcare.

Published in Open Source

The Coalition Government has allocated $4.5 million over four years in the Federal Budget to encourage women to take up science, technology, engineering and mathematics education and careers.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Monday, 23 April 2018 00:43

ITU ICT day focus on girls in IT

"Expand horizons, change attitudes" is the theme for the International Telecommunication Union's International Girls in ICT Day 2018 to be observed worldwide on 26 April.  

Published in Strategy

A new study released by "employment marketplace" Seek for International Women’s Day shows that "over 65% of Australia’s workforce would like to see more women in leadership roles."

Published in Development

Not-for-profit organisation SBE Australia has opened applications for its Springboard Enterprises accelerator programme which provides up to 10 emerging, high-growth companies — with a woman or women in senior leadership positions — the opportunity to tap into a global suite of world-class entrepreneurs, investors and top-tier business development experts.

Published in Strategy

Led by fitness-focused women, Australians are investing in fit-tech to track their fitness, with one fifth — or 20% — purchasing a fitness tracker in the last 12 months.

Published in Market

Aussie shoppers are expected to splurge $11 billion on Christmas spending this year — with shopping online proving more popular than last year — and with Saturday, 16 December, likely to see six million Australians do most of their shopping, according to a new report.

Published in Strategy

An increasing number of women joining the workforce in Australia has led to larger gains for women across overall employment, full-time employment and also part-time employment, according to a newly published study.

Published in Recruitment

Women play a prominent role in the Australian Cyber Security Centre, making up 50% of the organisation's leadership group, according to the ACSC's annual threat report released today.

Published in Security

WEBINARS ONLINE & ON-DEMAND

GUEST ARTICLES

VENDOR NEWS

Guest Opinion

Guest Reviews

Guest Research

Guest Research & Case Studies

Channel News

Comments