Take A Look At B&T’s Very Own Diversity Centre!

Take A Look At B&T’s Very Own Diversity Centre!
SHARE
THIS



As you may have heard, B&T’s holding an event in a couple weeks called Changing the Ratio. It’s a home-grown initiative to drive diversity and inclusion in our industry. But at B&T, our dedication to this cause goes beyond just a one-day event.

Because for issues as big as equality, one day isn’t enough – there needs to be ongoing initiatives in place to ensure we, as an industry, are on the right track forward.

Which is why we’ve launched our very own diversity centre.

You can find it right here, or by clicking on the relevant tab on the Changing the Ratio website.

All you have to do it make a log-in and voila! A wealth of super useful, mind-blowing information surrounding inclusion and diversity – all at your fingertips.

Making a log-in is free, BTW.

Jenna-Mind_blown

There’s already a tonne of industry-specific information within the diversity centre, as well as case studies of mentoring and promoting women, diversity within boards, compliance and reporting obligations and a multitude of interesting stats.

We’ve also got case studies on CHE Proximity, OMD, Lavender and The Royals on how they’ve created an equal, diverse and inclusive environment, and what else they think needs to be done in the industry.

But don’t let us tell you – create a log-in here and check out everything our diversity centre has to offer!

We’re adding more and more resources and other information as often as we can – so if you want to contribute content, email Viv@themisfits.media and she’ll sort you right out.

And don’t forget! Changing the Ratio will be held on May 28 at Sydney’s Belvoir St Theatre in Surry Hills. Grab tickets here, and for all other information, head to the website.

CTR_SponsorBlock

 

 

Latest News

How To Drive & Measure Online To Offline Sales & Sampling
  • Marketing
  • Media

How To Drive & Measure Online To Offline Sales & Sampling

In today’s complex digital world, bringing a new product to the market is not as simple as it once was. There is no norm to the way people shop – it’s unique, personal and individual. Long gone are the days when a new FMCG product simply bought it’s space in the retail shops and waited […]