One of the most interesting moments of this year’s conference ICT Gold Awards, held in October in Zagreb, was the announcement of the list of Top 50 most influential women in Croatian ICT. One of them was one of RIT Croatia’s Alumni, Ana Papež, who works as the Regional Manager Adriatics at IDC Adriatics.
This year’s choice of 50 most influential women was made by a jury of 18 editors, journalists of renowned Croatian magazines and newspapers, as weel as of C-level managers of well-known companies. Considering the great results of women in IT, this recognition is aimed to serve as a motivation for continuous excellence, and as a tool for changing perception of IT industry as predominantly male one. Finally, these recognized women, Ana included, can serve as arole model to young women who are thinking of perusing their careers in the field of IT.
Congratulations Ana, we are proud of your success!
Details about the conference can be found at: http://www.vidi.hr/Lifestyle/Business-3.0/Top-50-najutjecajnijih-zena-u-hrvatskom-ICT-u
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