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PODCAST: A Woman's Place episode two. 'Dodi, Funda, and tech's glaring gender gap'.

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PODCAST: A Woman's Place episode two. 'Dodi, Funda, and tech's glaring gender gap'.
Host Samanda Ekman (left) is joined by Dodi Axelsson (centre) and Funda Sezgi (right)
This content was paid for by an advertiser and produced by The Local's Creative Studio
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What do you do when you keep banging your head against the glass ceiling?

"Sometimes the glass ceiling is so embedded in a culture that it's time to leave and go somewhere it's non-existent," says Funda Sezgi, a Turkish national who is now Chief House Officer at Stockholm-based impact tech hub, Norrsken House.

Host Samanda Ekman is joined by Funda and her fellow guest, Ericsson veteran and voice of Snow Software, Dodi Axelson, to discuss tech's glaring gender gap, what it's like to be women in a male-dominated industry, and why it's empowering to live somewhere you're taken seriously whether you're suited up or dressed down.

Find out more about everything Funda and Dodi mentioned in the podcast by clicking on the links below:

The wonderful music at the start and end of the podcast is called Lions and was composed by the all-female Stockholm-based band REIGN. Check them out on Instagram.

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