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  • Tackling the mobile gender gap
  • Tackling the mobile gender gap
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Tackling the mobile gender gap

What springs to mind when you consider the gender gap? Men getting paid more than women? Or more men being in power than women? In many developing countries, it’s as simple as more men having access to smartphones. And businesses are realising it's an untapped opportunity.

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