women

From the mag: forging a (female) future
Dubai telco du’s parent company EITC has formed the first Women’s Council for the ICT industry in the Middle East. Noora Al Mansoori says it’s long overdue – and it’s just the beginning as more women in the region go into ICT careers.
From the mag: how Kuwait’s B. Online is forging a better – and more accessible – future by harnessing the present and the past
Almost 30 years is a long time for any company to be in business. But for Kuwait’s B. Online, it means they’re one of the oldest Internet providers in the Middle East. But the company has not just survived, but thrived over that time – and now, as CEO Dina Al-Essa explains, it’s prepared for even greater success.
Zain Bahrain launches internship programme for young women
Will help young women in university explore career paths.
Why some women are not getting behind the wheel in Saudi Arabia
New research reveals barriers stopping women driving in Saudi Arabia a year after ban was lifted.
Bahrain tops London and Silicon Valley for percentage of female startup founders - new report
Said to be among top 10 startup ecosystems with the largest share of female founders.
VAR yet again plays huge role at 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup
This time in Germany vs Nigeria clash in the round of 16.
Why we need to promote more women in tech - and keep promoting more women in tech
F5 Networks' Lori MacVittie offers her thoughts on how employers can promote women in technology.