Introducing the Top 100 Women in Technology

By William Smith
Technology Magazine is today launching a celebration of women in technology industries around the world...

 

Technology Magazine is today launching a celebration of women in technology industries around the world.

The Top 100 Women will be an annual celebration published on International Women’s Day, 8 March 2021.

The Top 100 list will recognise the leading roles played by women in global industries, which have proved increasingly important during the accelerated digital transformation caused by Covid-19.

“Now more than ever, women are playing crucial roles in these vital industries,” says Stacy Norman, Chief Operating Officer, BizClik Media Group.

Nominations now open

The Top 100 Women will celebrate individual achievements but also those of every woman working in the industries that Technology magazine covers every day. Digital communities are now invited to nominate influential women, with the final Top 100 Women list being published by BizClik Media Group in special digital supplements on 8 March 2021

Click here to go to the voting page, where you can nominate influential industry colleagues before the announcement on 8 March, 2021.

The Top 100 Women in Technology will also run in parallel with our sister publications Supply Chain Digital and FinTech Magazine, celebrating exceptional women in the supply chain and fintech communities. Learn more more about those here.   

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