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Connecting Women in Technology / Vodafone LinkedIn Session

I’m absolutely thrilled to be invited, through the Connecting Women In Technology group, to visit Vodafone Ireland to present to them about how they can leverage LinkedIn to build their own personal networks and promote Vodafone in the process. I’ll be in the Vodafone Mountain View offices from 10.00 a.m. this coming 2nd November. I hope I can give some useful insight!

I gave the same talk in Ericsson a couple of weeks ago, and I hope those there found it useful. For more about Connecting Women In Technology group, you can visit their Facebook page here:
facebook.com/ConnectingWomenInTechnology 

Vodafone also recently launched their Ready Business LinkedIn portal, which you learn more about here:
https://www.linkedin.com/company/ready-business

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Great video from Connecting Women In Technology

A great video from CWIT featuring Amy from Ericsson LMI.

Ericsson LMI is a supporter of, and participant in, Connecting Women In Technology (CWIT). CWIT is a collaborative initiative of women from technology companies in Ireland, which aims to attract and retain women to the technology sector.

Ericsson Connecting Women In Technology

I’d like to take a minute to promote the Connecting Women In Technology initiative. Ericsson LMI is a supporter of and participant in Connecting Women In Technology (CWIT). CWIT is a collaborative initiative of women from 10 technology companies in Ireland, which aims to attract and retain women to the technology sector. Check out their facebook page here: facebook.com/ConnectingWomenInTechnology

Louise Harvey from Ericsson presents the “IT is not just for Geeks” program to 100 fifth-year students

Equality in the Workforce

Plato, possibly the fist campaigner for equal rights, the philosopher was born this day  427 BC. He said:

If women are expected to do the same work as men, we must teach them the same things.

Happy birthday Plato!

Socrates, Plato and Aristotle, in the Colosseum Museum, Rome.

Socrates, Plato and Aristotle, in the Colosseum Museum, Rome.