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Women in experimentation: What holds us back?

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Why is it that all through school, girls outperform boys but that equation is flipped in the corporate world? Are there factors in our nurture (and possibly nature) that play against us? How do these factors play out in the experimentation space?

In this session – recommended for women in experimentation and those working with them – Bithika will help identify blind spots and hopes to help women and teams reach their true potential.


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