Women of the Channel

 
 

Because "teaching people self-awareness, self management and empathy (qualities emotionally intelligent people have) is much harder than teaching...

 

Stefanie Ryan, the new leader of Strategic Channel Marketing at Aryaka, explains why it's better being an indirect marketing leader compared to...

 
 

Two members of the non-profit group Girl Develop It discuss why tech companies need to do more than just recruit a more diverse workforce.

 
 

No real answers here as to why this may be, but interesting read

 

Heather Tenuto said she couldn't succeed in her role without understanding things from the channel partner's point of view.

 
 

The gap, which saw women earn 99.6 cents to the dollar that men earned, is now closed, Apple says in a new report.

 

We asked this year's Women of the Channel honorees to shed a little light on what specifically they have done to benefit their company's channel...

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Solution provider Carousel Industries' marketing leader, Nikki Nemarich, says women need to speak up despite the risk of some not liking what they...

 
 

Tech companies have disrupted other industries with apps that dispatch cars, housekeepers or pizzas in a matter of minutes. But tech firms lag...

 
 

Never underestimate the ingenuity of of STEM women or the extent of their power.

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There has long been a gender gap in IT-related fields. But just where does this shortage of women in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math...

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With Elizabeth Cain aboard, Boston-based OpenView is helping its portfolio companies succeed by working with the channel.

 

AT&T's Brooks McCorcle and Sue Galvanek tell CRN how the company is doing its part to close the gender gap in the IT industry and making sure...

 

Recent stats from our latest survey reveal that women know the secrets to juggling professional and personal demands.

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