What founders can do to attract more women into tech
Priya Sharma, Co-Founder of ZestMoney believes that it’s never too early to start building a diverse culture
Priya Sharma has always loved tech. She started coding as a child but her career took her into the world of finance and business. It was when she started working with tech startups that everything fell into place. She is now Co-Founder and CFO of one of India’s biggest FinTechs.
“I felt as if everything that I had done in my career and everything that I had studied – I was able to bring that together,” she explains in this short video.
Priya goes on to consider the challenges facing women in tech and has some practical advice for founders who want to build a culture that can attract and retain a talented and diverse workforce.
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