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  • Natalia Cano

    Natalia Cano

    Podcast Interview with Natalia Cano, Head of Brand & Reputation APAC, Google

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    Darian Stibbe

    Podcast Interview with Darian Stibbe, Executive Director, The Partnering Initiative (TPI)

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    Jane Pillinger and Alice Allan

    Podcast Interview with Jane Pillinger, Open University and Alice Allan, Business Fights Poverty

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    Joyce Mbaya-Ikiao

    Podcast Interview with Joyce Mbaya-Ikiao, Founder and CEO, Zeyii

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    Michelle Thompson

    Podcast Interview with Michelle Thompson, Director, Head of Partnerships and Brands at The Power of Nutrition


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🔊 17% fewer women than men have access to the internet globally and only 5% of tech leadership positions are held by women. Natalie Cano of Google discusses what needs to happen next. #womenintech
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"It was an excellent event with an impressive list of speakers and panelists, ably moderated by the Business Fights Poverty team." Thanks @rgeccles for a great round-up of our #RebuildBetter event in @Forbes.
LISTEN: "Women are missing out on the fastest growing jobs of the future and women don't have access to information." Our new podcast with Natalia Cano of @Google delves into some of the biggest issues around the #techgendergap.
NEW: Following on from our #RebuildBetter event last month, we're delighted to reveal our next conference in line with with the UN General Assembly in September. Join us for a week of inspiring content in line with the sustainable development goals ⬇️
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NEW: A key question for countries as we rebuild after COVID19 is how to reach and support vulnerable communities. @pdala @CNTR4growth
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