A day like no other, designed by the industry for the industry with one key goal-
make diversity everyone’s business.
Tickets are £175+vat per person
Over 1,000 FMCG professionals will come together to connect, learn and inspire change in D&I practice across the grocery sector.
Tackling important and difficult topics, the unique format of the day is a product of grassroots passion and collaboration of over 35 of the biggest industry brands. Attendees will leave with enhanced knowledge and understanding of how to bring D&I to their workplace along with the drive to take action and enact change.
If you are currently creating a truly inclusive culture, wherever you are on the journey, this event will help and isn’t just for D&I professionals. Bring people from across the business to gain new understanding and come away with actions to help you meet your company objectives.
Stories to Inspire:
My Mental Health Journey - Ash Amirahmadi
My Transgender Journey and Activism - Bobbi Pickard
The Great Debate: Language and Labels – a help or hindrance for D&I progress?
Hosted by Mallika Basu
– John Elliott (Sainsburys)
– Julie Thomas (Coca-Cola Europacific Partners)
– Justin Alexander (Tesco)
– Lorraine Copes (Be Inclusive Hospitality)
Speed Networking – A fast paced environment where you will exchange ideas and discuss best practice, hoested by Major Sponsors with over 20 topics to choose from. Click here to view the Speed Networking topics and plan your session.
Live Labs – Choose two out of 10 25 minute learning sessions presented by Headline Sponsors Click here to view the Live Lab topics and plan your session.
Lunch – Take time to reflect on what you’ve heard and make new connections over lunch
Mindfulness – ‘Press pause’ and take a moment to experience Mindfulness with a guided session
Up Close and Personal – A D&I download with leaders to gauge their personal perspective on creating an inclusive culture and the importance of D&I to them.
Change Makers Panel Hosted by June Sarpong OBE Panel:
– Sam Akinluyi (Psalt & Innocent)
– Craig Jones MBE (Fighting with Pride)
– Sam Latif (Procter & Gamble)