Breakfast Briefing | How To ‘Do’ Diversity

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There’s been so much talk about diversity this year, but now the proof is here. The results of Great British Diversity Experiment are in: diversity works.

The fact is diverse teams create a better wealth of ideas and stronger solutions to business problems. The question is: how do you truly implement diversity within your business? And what are the challenges?

At this breakfast, you’ll meet MDs, CEOs and initiatives doing the ‘walk’. Hear their ideas, the obstacles to overcome and actions for change. Walk away with a set of practical actions to implement today. 

Speakers include: 

Nadya Powell, MD of Sunshine, Co-founder of The Great British Diversity Experiment

Daniele Fiandaca, CoFounder of Token Man, The GBDE, Creative Social and Mutant

Mike Islip, CEO of DigitasLBi

Ete Davies, MD of AnalogFolk, founder of Stripes

Ali Hanan, CD at Blippar, Founder of Creative Equals. 


  • 8:30am arrival for tea, coffee, pastries and networking

  • 8:45am kick off

  • 10am ends


The Club at the Ivy, 9 West St, London, WC2H 9NE


BIMA members and staff of member companies are invited to register for free. Get your 100% discount promotional code in the BIMA newsletter or by contacting

About Creative Equals. 

We have partnered with Creative Equals to bring you this Breakfast Briefing; the first in a series of events tackling diversity. 

About Creative Equals. 

Creative Equals – is the gender diversity kitemark of the creative industry. We aim to provide more pathways to success for female creatives by working with directly with industry, recruitment, and agencies. Our ambition over 2016 is to train, sponsor and champion female creative talent in agencies all the way to the top. @creativeequal 


Tue, 05 Jul 2016
08:30 - 10:00


The Club at The Ivy,

9 West Street, London, WC2H 9NE


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