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Introducing #2013CES Women in Tech: Tania Yuki

This year’s #2013CES has officially begun and this year, there are a lot more women running the show. As a minority within the world of social media and technology, it’s always great to discover some of the field’s top divas making a difference in digital, social media and beyond.  Let us introduce you to Tania Yuki

 

Tania Yuki

Women in Tech:  Tania Yuki

 

CEO, Founder of Shareablee and Founder of Wimlink
Named by Forbes as one of 12 women driving digital in New York
Received the Great Mind Award from the Advertising Research Foundation

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A former media attorney and executive at comScore, Ms. Yuki started Wimlink, a meetup organization of 1,000 tech women in New York as “a place for building conversation and community for women entrepreneurs, innovators, and disrupters in the media and technology space” (wimlink.blogspot.com).  The meetup host monthly lectures and guest speakers.

 

 

 

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To help companies research, measure, and boost their return on investment (ROI) using social media, Ms. Yuki founded Shareablee.  It provides social media solutions to businesses.  The company uses analytic tools to target brand engagement, demographic insight, and develop a strategy for better ROI.

 

 

 

 

 

CES 2013 Panel Discussion and Moderator

ces2013On Monday, Ms. Yuki served as moderator for a panel discussion of women tech leaders titled “Women:  The Social Advantage – Leveraging the Social Graph for Building Brands Across Platforms.”

The discussion focused on the increase usage of women and technology, recent research that women are the primary users of social media, and the primary buyers of smart phones, and tablets.  How will brands move to target their services for mobile users?

The speakers included Alexandra Johnson (Draper Fisher Jurvetson), Carly Watkins (Skype Global Advertising), Lisa Sullivan-Cross (VP of Marking at GM), Maha Ibrahim (Caan Partners), Stacey Bishop (Scale Venture Partners), Stephanie Gaines (Matcha), and Tamy Harms (Possible Cincinnati).
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It takes a lot to rule in the world in technology, but women are doing it and doing it well!  Want to learn more about women in technology and the latest in CES 2013 news? Stay tuned to DivasandDorks.com all this week for exclusive CES 2013 coverage and more!

 

 

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