Wherever you are on your D&I journey, D&I in Grocery's 12-month programme combines experience, inspiration and practical solutions to help organisations work together as a community to create tangible progress in the most vital of areas.
Our community of 90+ partners connect with, challenge and inspire one another to drive change through a tried-and-tested process of shared learning, mentoring and our annual event, D&I in Grocery LIVE!
This programme helps your organisation take the next steps, offering a unique opportunity to network and collaborate with partners of all sizes and sectors of the grocery world.
And by joining forces, you can help to create an environment where everyone can flourish and diversity and inclusion in our industry can truly progress.
- Collaborate and drive change by connecting with others
- Learn from our progressive Partners through exclusive Learning Labs
- Network with passionate D&I allies and share knowledge
- Accelerate the development of diverse talent through mentoring
- Benefit from bespoke programme support and bench-marking sessions
- Feature across all D&I in Grocery communication channels
- Develop the future of D&I in Grocery by joining a steering group
Our cross-company mentoring programme welcomes over 400 leaders of today and tomorrow on a 12 month journey which provides equity and opportunity to historically underrepresented communities.
Collaboration is the strength behind our Shared Learning work stream, connecting 90+ Partners through a collaborative learning programme that helps accelerate an organisation’s D&I journey.
D&I in Grocery LIVE!
D&I in Grocery Live! unites the industry, at the largest D&I event in the grocery sector, to be collectively inspired and learn how to deliver measurable impact.
The event is attended by more than 1,600 colleagues across Partner and Non-Partner organisations, including Leaders, D&I Practitioners, Allies and Change Makers, who are all passionate about driving change within the grocery industry.
“No other event in the calendar pulls our industry together in this way; inspiring and challenging us all to do better in the areas of diversity & inclusion. None of us have the all the answers, but by sharing and learning from each other we can become more inclusive leaders and better nurture diversity in our organisations. If you’re passionate about driving diversity and inclusion, this event will help you reach your goal.”
Vincent Barnes, Global Tesco Vice President
“As a result of attending D&I in Grocery LIVE! Saputo were inspired to start a reverse mentoring programme for our UK Exec. We loved the event and found it very inspiring”
Andy Saitch, Sales Director
“It’s been an absolute pleasure being part of the mentoring group. To be able to provide cross-industry mentor relationships to enhance opportunities for growth, networking and development is a real positive aspect of the programme’s agenda. I am enormously proud of the work we have done to establish this programme and look forward to seeing the network grow from year to year.”
Donna-Maria Lee, Chief People Officer
“Diversity & Inclusion in Grocery has enabled Kepak to engage colleagues from across the business, including our senior leadership team, because everyone is united in their desire to create a workplace where people can bring their whole selves to work.”
Angela Daulby, Commercial Director Foods Division
“D&I is everyone’s business and I am delighted to join together as a total industry to combine the impact we can have in ensuring that working in grocery means working in an inclusive environment – where everyone can be themselves, have mutual respect, understanding and be the best that they can be.”
Alessandra Bellini, Chief Customer Officer
“Investing in the Diversity & Inclusion in Grocery (DIG) Programme is a safe decision for any organisation looking to allocate budget to the right programme. You will be joining a community of like-minded businesses who have the same ambitions, are passionate about doing the right thing and understand the pressures of our industry.”
Hayley Tatum, Chief People Officer