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2017

Gender Equality Boosts Economic Growth

The latest EIGE study uses a robust econometric model to estimate socio-economic outcomes of improving gender equality in several broad areas including education, labour market participation, wages and work-life balance.

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Oxford Economics latest Workforce 2020 study

Oxford Economics latest Workforce 2020 study commissioned by SAP stresses that strong leadership pays dividends in the digital economy, where continuous innovation, rapid decision making and a global mindset are essential to success.

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EIT Digital Challenge winner lands EU Prize for Women Innovators for translating digital content into Braill

Kristina Tsvetanova CEO of BLITAB Technology, who was winner of the Digital Wellbeing category of the 2016 EIT Digital Challenge, has also won the Rising Innovator category of the European Commission's annual Prize for Women Innovators 2017.
 
The Rising Innovator Award recognises the best women entrepreneurs under 30 in Europe. The award ceremony was held in Brussels on International Women's Day, and  the first prize was handed over by Commissioner Carlos Moedas and the European Parliament's Vice-President, Mairead McGuinness

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Digital Fluency single most critical factor in closing the gender pay gap

The latest study released by Accenture on International Womens´Day (IWD) 2017 confirms that Digital Fluency is the single most critical factor in  closing the gender pay gap

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ECWT is putting strong emphasis on supporting innovation of the female talents in Greece!

Collaboration with The General Secretariat for Gender Equality of the Hellenic Ministry of Interior and then State Secretary Vasso Kollia, the initiator and one of the key partners for the Grand Coalition for Jobs National Coalition pledge "Women and Girls Go Digital.

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Europe needs more leaders with strong technical skills

The 'High-Tech and Leadership Skills for Europe' conference on 26 January highlighted the need for more leaders and professionals with high-tech skills if Europe is to keep pace with fast and disruptive technological change and stressed the following.

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Edu-Code project

ECWT´s key engagement in the area of coding is during 2016-2017 focused on the annual EU Code Week activities and being a committed partner in the Edu-Code project

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Are you open to an unexpected career move?

Top Women - Technology is an international recruitment summit where 150 female professionals will meet 10 leading international employers and discuss about outstanding career opportunities.

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Skills+ project

The discussion was about soft skills for IT people.

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Women Startup Challenge Europe

The Women Startup Challenge Europe which will be the largest VC competition for women-led startups will happen in London.

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