PWN Global is a global movement of people working towards gender balanced leadership through professional development and international, cross-industry, online and in-person networking.
PWN offers you a one-stop platform to connect with like-minded professionals from across the world; to develop your skills and competencies, and to share your experience and knowledge. Become a member of the PWN Global community and you can:
Become a Corporate Partner and make a difference. We will support you with our corporate services, raise your visibility as a Gender Balanced Organisation and meet your geographical needs with a comprehensive programme. Together we will place gender balance at the very core of your operations.
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PWN Vienna is one part of the PWN Global family of networks. We are a volunteer-led organization comprised of over 100 members of 35 different nationalities and open to women of all sectors and industries.
Originally established as the Women’s Career Network of Vienna in 1993, WCN grew over the years to become the city’s premier English-speaking association for professional women. Now as PWN Vienna we set our sights on a future characterised by international cooperation, high quality development opportunities, and a growing membership of dynamic, talented women.
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Gender dynamics have become much more egalitarian over the past half-century, but certain attitudes may endure when it comes to men, women and money.
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Go Women are still on the wrong side of the digital skills gap Technology experts say women and girls with poor digital literacy skills will be the hardest hit and will struggle to find jobs as technology advances. Picture: Pixabay.com World Economic Forum | 18 hours ago Poverty, gender discrimination and digital illiteracy are leaving women behind as the global workforce increasingly uses digital tools and other technologies, experts warned on Tuesday.
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