Women chart a new course with tech


In the wake of the 'Pink Recession', where pandemic-hit industries like hospitality and retail with their predominantly female workforce meant women were more likely to lose their jobs, experts believe helping women to become tech-enabled will allow them to explore other employment opportunities. — Pixabay

When Najwa Alia Rusli, 24, announced plans to start selling personal computers, she was met with scepticism.

“Some of my friends and family members asked if I was sure about my business plan because it was completely different from what I was doing,” she said.

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