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Gotmink: Where women make a difference

Taking into account that at Gotmink women have a significant representation in leadership roles, an invitation was extended for an exclusive feature in the November 2021 edition of the magazine “Gestão Empresarial“, a monthly supplement of the Diário de Notícias newspaper. The main objective of this edition was to highlight the entrepreneurship, business strength and innovation of male and female businessmen and businesswomen in Portugal, with the highlight theme “Being a Woman, Leader and Entrepreneur”.

Diversity and inclusion are an integral part of Gotmink’s corporate culture, and since its founding in 2015, there has been an increase in the number of women at board level. So as pointed out by our CEO, Nuno Miranda, “regardless of your gender, at Gotmink everyone has the same opportunities.”

He further states that “The fact that more than half of our departments are led by women, is something that makes us quite proud.”

For Gotmink, the career path of its employees is defined on the basis of meritocracy and therefore always seeks to ensure that factors such as gender, ethnicity, age, religion or sexual orientation are not penalizing in the professional development of its people, always seeking at an early stage to eliminate prejudices that come from the inside out. Our CEO believes that “the construction of a more egalitarian, diverse and inclusive professional environment has the ability to generate results that go far beyond the financial aspect”, with this having enormous consequences in the results that have been achieved.

Get to know more about the professional career of our Head of Marketing, Brand & Communications and Business Innovation (Vanessa Ferreira), Commercial Director (Vânia Costa), CallCenter Coordinator (Carla Loureiro) and Head of Administrative Department & Customer Support Manager (Rita Coutinho), as well as the main challenges of their positions and also the characteristics they identify indispensable to make a good leader.

To read the full interviews > click here.

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