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SlideshowMentor Monday: Nokia's Jane Rygaard

Nokia's Leading Women
(From left) Merete Hillmann, Head of Services Marketing at Nokia Networks; Jane Rygaard, Nokia's Head of ACS and Partner marketing; Louise Suhr, Head of Customer Team TT Network at Nokia; and Lise Karstensen, country head of Denmark for Networks at Nokia pose for a pic at the vendor's local 5G event, where, Rygaard says, the women actually outnumbered the men.
(From left) Merete Hillmann, Head of Services Marketing at Nokia Networks; Jane Rygaard, Nokia's Head of ACS and Partner marketing; Louise Suhr, Head of Customer Team TT Network at Nokia; and Lise Karstensen, country head of Denmark for Networks at Nokia pose for a pic at the vendor's local 5G event, where, Rygaard says, the women actually outnumbered the men.

Sarah Thomas 9/28/2015 | 1:23:39 PM
5G! Great insights from Jane! She was one of our speakers at the London breakfast last year as well.

I think talking about 5G for what it can enable is so important for many reasons, including making sure the business drivers are there for operators, but also in attracting talent and interest in telecom. Reframing the work we do has come up a lot as a way to get more young kids, and girls in particular, interested in the industry. Of course, we want to avoid hype, but there are a lot of real reasons to be interested in 5G too!
Kruz 9/28/2015 | 6:03:35 PM
Re: 5G! 5G is the closest technology has came to consumers enabling a myriad of potential business and consumer applications users can relate to and opening up the gates for the IoT era with its implications in diverse industries. 
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