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Autodesk, Inc.

Watch Our Virtual Event with Autodesk’s Women Leaders

Are you reading this on your smartphone? Chances are we have Autodesk to thank for it. Autodesk builds software and tools used across almost every industry, from 3D modeling to digital prototyping to manufacturing. The company is supported by an impressive technology organization with even stronger women leaders.

Watch a recording of our virtual event with Autodesk to learn more about this fascinating company.

WATCH THE VIRTUAL EVENT HERE

Autodesk makes software for people who make things. Their products are used across almost every industry you can think of. If it's been 3D modeled, digitally prototyped, or manufactured, Autodesk's products were likely used to design it. Their ultimate goal is to expand opportunities for anyone to imagine, design, and make a better world. Find out more HERE.

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