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Managerial roles snapped up by men while women fall by the wayside
In New Zealand and abroad there are far more men in managerial positions than women, and this number is growing.
NZTech seeks 'tangible outcomes' to women in tech issue
NZTech is calling on all Kiwi tech players to help solve the issue of a lack of women in technology, with a summit set to form tangible outcomes.
MIT: Encouraging NZ's female students to get into tech
In order to encourage young New Zealand women to consider a career in IT, MIT is holding an event on September 3 2015.
Kiwi student lands Google internship, hopes to raise awareness of women in tech
“Computer science is very male dominated. It’s a shame, I don’t think females get the same opportunities at school when it comes to computer science."
We need more female tech role models
New Zealand needs to step up its game if it wants to compete with future industry demands, according the new principal of a leading private school.
NZ's IT industry: Where are all the women?
ANZ bank and WelTec have teamed up to encourage women to consider technology careers and address the shortage of skilled female IT professionals in NZ
More women landing ICT internships in New Zealand
A record breaking number of female tertiary students from the Summer of Tech programme were placed in paid internships with hi-tech companies in Wellington and Auckland.
Kelly Eyerman of Ingram Micro
Kelly Eyerman talks to Heather Wright about women in technology, her Apple love affair and maintaining balance.
He asked: "What's your favourite position?"... I said: "CEO"
One of New Zealand’s most famous businessmen declined to invest in my business because his wife won’t like that he’s spending time with a "young woman".
Women in IT: Cathy Stephenson
Meet the inspirational Cathy Stephenson, executive general manager, group operations and information systems at The Trust Company, who believes strongly in leading by example.
Bus stop ad can only be seen by girls
Unique advertisement uses facial recognition software to accept women and turn away men.
Investors to Facebook: more women, please
Social networking giant criticised for all-male board ahead of historic IPO.