It’s amazing to see Gapsquare Founder & CEO Zara Nanu’s keynote interview by Leyla Boulton, Development Editor, Financial Times, at FT Live Women in Business Summit Europe (June 13). In developing inclusive leadership strategies to accelerate growth, Zara discussed the biases of AI and how we can use data to help businesses make better decisions.
The FT Women in Business Summit Europe 2023 was an inspiring day full of insights from an incredible lineup of speakers, all of which are dedicated to making gender equity a reality.
Here are some of the key highlights from the day:
– “The best mentor is really screwing something up.” – Marcia Kilgore, Founder of Beauty Pie.
– Anneliese Dodds, Shadow Secretary of State for Women and Equalities UK, announces “If Labour is elected to the next government, we would support businesses to take menopause seriously by requiring them to produce menopause action plans.”
– Zara Nanu MBE, Founder of Gapsquare, discussed the biases of AI and how we can use data to help businesses make better decisions.
– “Doesn’t matter how old you are, or how successful you are, or where you’re at in life. You’ve got to hustle.” – Davina McCall, Broadcaster and Author, Menopausing.
– Joeli Brearley, Founder of Pregnant Then Screwed, spoke on her upcoming research findings that show the importance of giving proper, full paternity leave in workspaces and how it has a direct effect on reducing the gender pay gap.
(Adapted from FT’s LinkedIn post.)
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