Education

Why it's vital we close the tech gender gap

German chancellor Angela Merkel talks to participants of an event to attract female pupils to careers in IT in Berlin.

How to close the gender gap in tech? By busting myths and celebrating role models. Image: Reuters/Hannibal Hanschke

Gillian Tans
Chairwoman, Booking.com BV
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