Business magazine Nordic Business Report has named Milda Dargužaitė, the head of Barclays Technology Centre Lithuania, among top 20 women in business in Northern Europe.
Milda Dargužaitė
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The list of leading businesswomen in Northern Europe has been compiled by an international panel selected by Nordic Business Report magazine. Businesswomen from nine countries of the region - Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Russia - have been included in the top 20 list. Their personal achievements, impact on business and society, originality and practicality of ideas, as well as future business vision were evaluated.

"I feel honoured to have been named among businesswomen and leaders who have achieved so much. I always strive for my work to be meaningful - every day, in every activity," said Dargužaitė.

Nordic Business Report has also invited Darguzaitė to attend a business forum held in Helsinki in October.

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