Diversity, equity & inclusion
The business case for diversity, equity, and inclusion is a strong one.
Inclusive companies are more likely to capture new markets, exhibit higher profits, and outperform competitors by 35%, so why isn’t everyone on board?
Through a mix of qualitative and quantitative data, we take a look at the make-up of the SaaS sector to uncover how - both individually and collectively - we can begin to make a difference.
In the following pages, we’ll be unpacking:
- Ableism in the workplace
- How to measure inclusivity
- The gender divide
- How the C-Suite can drive DE&I
Plus much more...
Uncover data, interviews, and actionable insights to impact change
Hear from DE&I experts and real champions of change on how you can make a difference in every function, at every stage.
“Particularly within SaaS, when we look at the top-down approach and the leadership and representation statistics we see, we know that 85% of CEOs whose organizations have diversity, inclusion, and belonging strategies say this has enhanced their innovation as a business. And that permeates all the way down to individual teams, individual line managers, individual contributors.
“So it's so important within such a fast-paced and evolving industry, such as SaaS, to make sure that you have that diversity of thought. And to touchpoint as well, the access to those economic opportunities is so key and valuable to making sure that we can implement change at the grassroots level when people are entering into businesses, but then also facilitating and promoting the progression into management and into leadership roles as well.” - Robbie O’Neil, Senior Customer Success Manager at LinkedIn
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