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Here you will find some a selection of articles that we have found of interest in the press. You can use the filters above to find your particular favourites either via year published, or by keyword! Come back regularly to keep reading!

  • Women Know What Consumers Want: VCs Need to Wise Up

    5 October 2017

    Money makes the world go round and women entrepreneurs, especially those of color, need more so they can so they serve new markets.

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    Read the full article at Forbes Welcome
  • IBM's career re-entry program wants you back

    14 September 2017

    The software programmer had been out of the workforce for nine years after multiple moves and a few kids. After reading a book called "Back on the Career Track," she reached out to one of the authors, Carol Fishman Cohen. They struck up a relationship and Cohen, who is also the CEO of career reentry firm iRelaunch, got in touch with Garg about an internship program IBM was trying out to get women back in the workforce after career breaks. Garg felt the time was right.

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  • “I Had a Boss Who Interrupted Me Constantly to Say, ‘Gee, You Have Pretty Hair’ ”

    17 August 2017

    “People imagine that programming is logical, a process like fixing a clock,” Ellen Ullman writes in her essay “Outside of Time: Reflections on the Programming Life.” “Nothing could be further from the truth.” Instead, writing code is “an illness, a fever, and obsession.

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    Read the full article at Slate Magazine
  • 3 Reasons Why Gender Equality is an 'Everyone' Issue

    17 August 2017

    It's 2017, but the gender-equality conversation continues, with women still facing obstacles in the workplace. Just last week, the tech industry highlighted the major thought divides that persist, when Google fired a senior software engineer. Related: 4 Mistakes We All Make to Perpetuate Gender Bias The engineer had sent a 3,300-word document to the company’s internal networks, slamming diversity initiatives and noting his personal view that women aren’t equally represented in leadership because of "biological causes." He said men have a higher drive for status than women do. And in July, a SurveyMonkey poll -- not limited ...

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    Read the full article at Entrepreneur
  • Why Silence? The Key To Maximizing Your Full Potential

    27 July 2017

    By Olivia Ryan

    A lot has been written about the importance of setting goals and hustling to meet them, working every hour that you can to meet the demands of a crazy, busy world that we live in. After all, we live in a culture in which people expect everything now, and it’s easy to feel as though you’re missing out if you say no.

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