The CEO of Business Cloud Integration is selected as a business advisor for Cohort 3.0 of the Women in Cloud Microsoft Cloud Accelerator.

By 29th July 2020 September 24th, 2020 No Comments

Sharon Sumner, MVP has been chosen as a mentor for a successful cohort programme created by the Women in Cloud organisation to expand the knowledge and inclusivity of entrepreneurs in the technology sector. Women in Cloud Microsoft Cloud Accelerator is a 6-month program to assist women-led tech companies to co-build, co-market, and co-sell with Microsoft and their distribution channels. This program is expertly designed to help women entrepreneurs win enterprise opportunities and get access to Azure credits, an advisor community, as well as a global stage where you can showcase your business. 

“I’m really looking forward to supporting other women develop their organisation and to help guide them to become more recognisable in the industry, using the assets Women in Cloud have provided for the tech community” Sharon Sumner, CEO, MVP.  

Women in Cloud, a community-led economic development organisation wadesigned to assist women-led tech companies and global leaders create 1$ billion in economic access by 2030. Their mission is to provide women with the tools, knowledge, and networks they need to reach their full potential and to strive to meet their goals. Through the community and advisor networks, mentors can foster access to education, investment, talent, and resources for global women technology entrepreneurs via events, programs, and online networks.  

This year’s WiC Microsoft Cloud Accelerator is more than just an effort to make economic contributions to the system by empowering entrepreneurs. It is about embracing the new normal and moving forward with a sense of community. It is about adopting self-empowerment and finding comfort in knowing where to turn for support with a community at your side. Most importantly, it is about collective growth and learning”. Women in Cloud  

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