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  • AthenaInfonomics-Event-MarketingMeet-2018

    Marketing Meet 2018: Data, Indicators and Analytics to Measure Customer Engagement

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    Athena’s Associate Director, Tuhin Sen, spoke at and moderated a panel discussion at the Marketing Meet 2018, organised by the School of Management, GD Goenka University (Delhi) on April 20, 2018. The panel delved into details of the use of data, indicators and analytics for measuring...

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    Social+Impact Conclave: Presenting Athena’s Work on Corporates Supporting Indian Startups

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    Athena’s Associate Director, Tuhin Sen, spoke at the Social+Impact conclave hosted by GIZ and Yourstory in Bengaluru on April 11, 2018. The one-day conclave provided a platform for CSR practitioners, social enterprise leaders, impact investors and strategy consulting firms to share their perspectives on the growth...

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    Engendering ICT Toolkit Workshop at the World Bank

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    The World Bank’s Transport & Digital Development Global Practice held an engendering ICT toolkit workshop on 28th March 2018. The workshop introduces Athena’s toolkit to support the World Bank’s Task Team Leaders (TTL) mainstream gender into ICT operations. The toolkit draws on the Bank’s corporate gender...

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    Roundtable Discussion on Understanding the Supply-side Ecosystem for Sanitation in Accra and Kumasi

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    As part of Athena’s toilet construction supply-side assessment in Ghana, the Ministry of Sanitation and Water Resources (MSWR) conducted a roundtable to present the preliminary findings of the ongoing study. Supporting the World Bank, the study falls under the GAMA Sanitation and Water Project. The discussion...

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  • Making ‘Digital India’ Work for Women

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    India’s Cellphone Gender Gap About a fortnight before International Women’s Day, GSMA’s Mobile Gender Gap Report (2018) estimated that women in India are 23% less likely to own cellphones than men. The difference appears starker if one investigates the ways in which citizens use cellphones. 26%...

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