Education, Skills and Learning

The tech industry needs more women. Here's how to make it happen

Palestinian entrepreneur Samar Hijjo developed the Baby Sitter app aimed at raising awareness of women during pregnancy and after birth Image: REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa

Sheridan Ash

Technology and Investments Director, Leader, Women in Technology Programme, PwC (UK)

David Gann

Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Development and External Affairs, University of Oxford

Mark Dodgson

Professor of Innovation Studies, The University of Queensland

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Percentage of US start-ups with no women in executive positions Image: SVB Startup Outlook Report 2017

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