Our CEO Cynthia Davis was recently awarded We are the City Top 100 Rising Star Entrepreneur 2017 in conjunction with The Times and Sunday Times Newspaper at News International. The Rising Star awards were introduced to showcase the UK pipeline of female talent and to create female 100 role models across 20 different industries and professions. […]
Recently we had the pleasure to support Inclusive Employers and Mr Speaker the RT Hon John Bercow on their initiative to get more companies to pledge their support to the Speakers BAME Challenge. This initiative highlights the importance of supporting BAME talent across all areas of the workforce with a particular focus on Talent Attraction […]
NUS are championing students to shape the future of education – and create a better world. Education is the defining factor in creating a fairer, more prosperous society, and students are the hope for the future of education. NUS is at the forefront of providing guidance and support to students’ unions at a local level, […]
Fantastic news, BAME is excited to be partnering with Comic Relief to help attract new Trustees! It’s an exciting time at Comic Relief as they transition from the glorious years of the telethon to driving success in the modern, digital, global world. They are diversifying and will offer more ways for people to engage with […]
This event took place back in September 2016 where we had the great honour of presenting to our client Tesco up at the De Vere Hotel about the importance of Diversity, Inclusion and Equality. We delivered an unconscious bias presentation to the Tesco resourcing team around how individuals can take conscious control of their actions, behaviours […]
Our CEO, Cynthia Davis was guest speaker On BBC Radio on the Sunday night with Jo and Nikki. The interview was to discuss the recent Parker Review on Ethnic Diversity on U.K. Boards. You can still hear the interview on BBCiplayer and it’s well worth a listen!
Earlier this year, we had the honour and privilege to work with MR Speaker on the recruitment of the new Speakers Council. We were able to utilise our vast network of diverse candidates for the role which helped to support the House of Commons in their initiative to be a more inclusive employer. We successfully […]
The EDA recognises achievement in all areas of diversity: race, age, sexual orientation, disability, gender identity and belief. Nominees, award winners and sponsors’ E&D credentials are amplified by extensive media coverage, while the event itself delivers unrivalled networking opportunities to everyone involved.
The Black Solicitors Network (BSN) are the organisers of Diversity Legal Awards. BSN was founded in 1995 and was formally recognised as a Law Society Group in 2003. A not-for-profit organisation, membership had grown to over 5,500 in 2007 and continues to increase year on year, now exceeding 7000. An inclusive rather than exclusive organisation, […]