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Sydney startup WORK180, which looks to connect women with roles at organisations with a focus on gender equality, has raised $1 million in a Series A round led by Skip Capital to help pursue expansion in the US.
Employment platform DCC Jobs has raised $1 million in seed funding and rebranded to WORK180 as it continues on its mission to connect women with roles at organisations with a focus on gender equality.
Dropbox has announced that Tony Ward, managing director of SurveyMonkey, will be taking over the mantle of the company’s ANZ Country Manager.
After nearly three years of service, Dropbox ANZ Country Manager Charlie Wood has departed from the company to launch his own startup, ‘CheckIn Safe’.
Diverse City Careers (DCC) has today announced a strategic partnership with Women in Technology (WiT), looking to empower women in information the technology and life sciences industries.
Fresh off partnering with Dropbox, Diverse City Careers (DCC) has announced a collaboration with software development and strategic management company SixPivot aimed at delivering socially responsible tech solutions and enhancing gender diversity in IT.
Dropbox has today launched a partnership with Melbourne startup Diverse City Careers (DCC) aimed at encouraging greater diversity within Australian workplaces. The partnership will see Dropbox give DCC, which runs a jobs board full of roles at organisations that share the startup’s same values of diversity, ongoing support to run educational events, campaigns, webinars, and produce other free resources
With the gender gap continuing to increase and the number of women in leadership roles declining across the wider business sphere, a number of startups dedicated to helping women in the workforce have begun to emerge. Launched in May, Melbourne startup Diverse City Careers is one of them, providing support to women looking for work by engaging exclusively with organisations that focus on initiatives to keep women in the workforce.