Last week, JDX was proud to present its annual Diversity in Business event in London.
The Diversity in Business initiative promotes and celebrates the diversity of individuals and supports one of JDX’s core values – to embrace the value that individuality brings. The DiB team curated an incredible programme of events leading up to last week’s event, and it was fantastic to see so many JDXers and clients supporting the initiative. The event featured incredible speakers and covered discussion topics including cultural considerations, men’s mental health and millennials in the workplace.
Selma Nicholls, CEO and Founder of Looks Like Me said ‘You can tell that the audience love working at JDX, they asked great questions and I could feel a wonderful sense of excitement in regards to diversity of thought. You have a special workforce at JDX!’.
Thank you to Sandy Bering, Zahrah Surooprajally, Selma Nicholls, and Trish Houston for taking part, and to everyone who came along to support the event.
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