NOW ep7: Bridging the gender gap in tech

In this episode, Jeremy Maggs and an all-women line up of Investec experts, discuss the underrepresentation of women in the field of technology | SA’s tech start up scene | the concept of Open Banking. Featuring Investec's Shabhana Thaver, Nikita Sokopo and Devina Maharaj.
18 Aug 2021 English South Africa Business · Investing

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