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The luncheon brought together nearly 20 women who hold various roles within the technology sphere
The fairer sex within the technology industry of Auckland got together last week to share thoughts on the sector and their changing roles within it at the Women in Technology luncheon organised by the New Zealand Technology Industry Association.
More than 15 women gathered at last week's Women in Technology luncheon to discuss their changing roles within the ICT industry in New Zealand.
Conversation at the Women in Technology luncheon focused on the need to make the IT field more interesting for women, and to help parents understand the attraction of the field for their girl children.
The gathering at the recent Women in Technology luncheon also spoke on the need for succession planning and expressed chagrin at the lack of proper processes at their organisations.
Women in varying roles within the tech sector - all the way from CIOs and CEOs, to IT recruitment firms - gather at the Women in Technology luncheons to share thoughts and learn from each other.
The Women in Technology luncheons are organised by the New Zealand Technology Industry Association to enable better networking among women working in the sector in the country.