The struggle for women’s rights is an everyday concern…

International Women’s Day, celebrated on March 8th, highlights the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day is also a call to action to accelerate gender parity and provides an opportunity to :

  • raise awareness for gender equality
  • celebrate women’s achievements
  • lobby for accelerated gender parity
  • raise funds for women’s charities.

Women and the digital world

The digital sector attracts women, but in France they represent only 30% (46% in the rest of the economy) – and less than 15% in the more technical fields (developers etc.). Diversity and gender balance in the digital professions represent a real economic and innovation lever. A fair representation of women in the digital sector is necessary for the construction of an equitable future for our economy and our society.

Although the road to feminisation is still long, NetCeler, with almost 25% female employees, does not deprive itself of their skills or their visions!

Women at NetCeler

At NetCeler, gender diversity is natural for the atmosphere at work, the image and attractiveness of the company, management methods and the social climate.

In fact, three of our last four recruitments were women. We are delighted to highlight the plurality and richness of their backgrounds, professions, experiences and motivations within an innovative company.  We thank them and also the other female members  of our teams Aurélie, Carla, Céline, Eliane, Fabienne, Julie, Marie Agnès, Opale, Richel, Virginie, Zahia…

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Marie, Software Developer

“What’s great about my job is that you’re always discovering and learning. It’s an exhilarating reality for a curious person like me.”

NetCeler's 100th employee !

Monika, International Sales Representative

“What really motivates me is interacting with clients from all over the world and being part of this innovative and dynamic world of software development.”

Monika, International globetrotter

Marketing & Communication Officer

“There is always a good reason for not being ready, but you have to go for it. I undertook the professional reconversion towards what I am passionate about: communication and digital, and I am delighted with it.”

Marie, from Sales to Marketing...

NetCeler, as a player in the digital ecosystem, is strongly convinced of the importance of gender diversity in the digital professions and we encourage women to enter this discipline which is revolutionising our lives. They contribute to the development, competitiveness, innovation and influence of French tech!

Source illustration: Burcu Köleli for UN Women (2022)