During FACE’s fourth Community Event and In conversation with Daniel Peters; they will explore the obvious importance of providing minority voices with pathways that allow them to thrive in a business-diverse ecosystems, as well as outlining the process for institutions wishing to rebalance their teams.
With McKinsey reporting on a potential 36% increase in creative and profitable efficacy for companies engaging diverse teams, fashion has a long way to go before it can override the outdated but pervasive notion that wealth and white privilege are key components for success in this sector.
Featured in Grazia, Drapers, Business Matters and RTE Newspaper, the Fashion Minority Report, brainchild of brand and marketing specialist Daniel Peters, uses a team of diverse experts to work with clients in a structured and phased way to apply rigour and methodology in pursuit of race equality in the workplace.
Examining internal culture & process, analysing the results to create tailormade solutions, implementing and actioning strategy, measuring success and providing ongoing consultation to assist in meeting agreed targets, Daniel and his team are working with a variety of clients who include FARFETCH Group, Joseph, Pangaia, Dunhill and Fred Perry.
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FACE Community is an opportunity to openly discuss issues concerning race, colour and ethnicity in FE and HE. www.weareface.uk