BIMA South | Bournemouth Breakfast Briefing | Diversity & Inclusion

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BIMA South | Bournemouth Breakfast Briefing

BIMA South Breakfast Briefing | Diversity and Inclusion


Companies with the best record of ethnic and racial diversity earn 35% more than average. The companies that perform best for gender diversity are 15% more likely to outperform competitors. Diversity is about far more than the bottom line, but there’s no doubting that diversity is good for business.

Curated by the BIMA South Council in Bournemouth join this networking breakfast where you can hear more about the BIMA Diversity and Inclusion Report and how companies like Organix and Neal’s Yard are considering diversity from every angle and the importance of having diversity across age, gender, race and experience which enable better ideas, innovation and outcomes.

Find out how companies are doing this, with practical examples of how they are developing diverse groups of people within their companies at all levels – from project teams to boards and everything in-between.


This panel will be moderated by BIMA 100 and BIMA South Bournemouth Council member highly acclaimed marketer Katie Street of Street Agency. Katie focuses on helping agencies develop a unique brand proposition enabling individuals, teams and agencies to deliver more new clients by giving them clear frameworks and training to succeed in a busy marketplace. Joining Katie will be leaders from Neal’s Yard and Organix.

Tickets are free for BIMA members or £10 + VAT for non-members. To get your BIMA Member discount code email

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Tue, 31 Mar 2020
08:30 - 10:00


Barclays Eagle Labs,

300 Poole Rd Westbourne, Bournemouth, BH12 1AZ




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