Man Smart (Woman Smarter)

Man Smart (Woman Smarter)

This song, composed and recorded by Normal Span (King Radio) 1936, is aptly the title of our Women's Day Special episode. Many a crooner has rendered this song in their voice - from Joan Baez to Harry Belafonte to the Carpenters, Robert Palmer and even the Grateful Dead. In this podcast, the women outnumbered the men. Did we need to prove a point? Not at all. We just did it because we could. And you should too - at every possible opportunity. So why do we say that? If all countries matched our gender parity measure, we could add $12 trillion a year to the global GDP. What’s more, India could add $700 billion of additional GDP in 2025, upping the country’s annual GDP growth by 1.4 percentage points. So said a McKinsey Report in 2015. If that’s got you hooked, then tune in to our next episode, where we banter with Aditi Rele and Aparna Saxena, two influential Women In Tech. Also, Record Your Questions / Feedback Here. Or email us at 3TB@unblox.com. We look forward to hearing from you.

This song, composed and recorded by Normal Span (King Radio) 1936, is aptly the title of our Women's Day Special episode. Many a crooner has rendered this song in their voice -  from Joan Baez to Harry Belafonte to the Carpenters, Robert Palmer and even the Grateful Dead.

In this podcast, the women outnumbered the men. Did we need to prove a point? Not at all. We just did it because we could. And you should too - at every possible opportunity. So why do we say that?

If all countries matched our gender parity measure, we could add $12 trillion a year to the global GDP. What’s more, India could add $700 billion of additional GDP in 2025, upping the country’s annual GDP growth by 1.4 percentage points. So said a McKinsey Report in 2015.

If that’s got you hooked, then tune in to our next episode, where we banter with Aditi Rele and Aparna Saxena, two influential Women In Tech.

Also, Record Your Questions / Feedback Here. Or email us at 3TB@unblox.com. We look forward to hearing from you.