Publish Time：2023-05-25 17:04:27Source：TTG Media
【Introduction】：Carnival UK has joined leading travel firms in searching for female tech talent in partnership with education provider Code First Girls.
Carnival UK has joined leading travel firms in searching for female tech talent in partnership with education provider Code First Girls.
The brand – which operates Cunard and P&O Cruises – joins firms such as Tui, Booking.com, Skyscanner, The Travel Corporation and Travel Perk in partnering with Code First Girls, which works to place women into tech roles and close the industry’s gender gap.
By 2025 it is estimated there will be five million new technology jobs in the recreation and travel industry and as a result, Code First Girls is seeing an increasing number of women looking beyond roles offered by traditionally big tech firms.
By recruiting women from non-technical backgrounds and employing a more diverse workforce, Code First Girls said travel firms are able to draw on the "widest possible" range of voices and insights, ensuring continued innovation and creative solutions.
Anna Brailsford, chief executive of Code First Girls, said: "We’re excited to partner with Carnival to help women break into the tech industry, whilst providing businesses across the travel sector with access to the top, diverse talent they need in order for their tech offering to flourish."
Matt Denny, chief technology officer at Carnival UK, added: "At Carnival UK we are committed to creating an inclusive culture where everyone feels valued and that they belong.
"Women represent less than 25% of the technology workforce globally and we want to support women who may want to work with us."
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