OPSH.com founders on being a woman in tech

In Episode 13 of the Redcert Podcast I spoke with Sarah, Jennie and Grace Mc Ginn. They’re serial entrepreneurs and they’re doing it again with OPSH. I’ve been talking to quite a few women-in-tech recently and I was curious to hear what the Mc Ginn sisters had to to say about tokenism towards women in technology and we also got to chat about women coders – and, where are they?

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