Role Models


Women in Finance Summit: progression through the ranks

Whether you want to progress in your current role or go down a totally different path, it can often be both daunting and challenging when it comes to dictating your career progression – and making it a reality.

Can collaboration elevate women in the payments industry?

Magdalena Rutka, payments lead at Icon Solutions, explains how women can enter the payments industry and thrive — it’s all about collaboration.

Dame Jayne-Anne Gadhia to Join Salesforce as UK and Ireland CEO

Salesforce, the global leader in CRM, announced that Dame Jayne-Anne Gadhia will join the company on October 1st as CEO, Salesforce UK and Ireland (UKI) to lead the company’s UKI business through its next stage of growth.

Why diversity and inclusion must be embedded in the culture

Rita Trehan, global strategist, makes a case for building a business culture where diversity and inclusion plays an integral part.

Syncsort: championing D&I fuels tech innovation and business success

Dr Tendu Yogurtcu, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at software company Syncsort, explains how a love of mathematics set her on her chosen career in the technology industry.

Finalists announced for the Black British Business Awards

2019 Black British Business Awards (BBBAwards) showcases the outstanding achievements of black British business leaders throughout the UK.

Let’s talk about race. Project Race: big, bold and brave on diversity and inclusion

Rob Neil is a long serving civil servant and for the last three years was head of the Ministry of Justice’s Project Race a fixed term and radically new effort aimed at supporting the department’s diversity and inclusion aims and turning the dial on race equality.

Leading entrepreneur PropElle(s) UK female property investment network

One of Britain’s brightest female entrepreneurs under 35 launches UK female property investment network PropElle in a mission to empower historically underrepresented groups.

Deutsche Bank hails creative entrepreneurs from diverse backgrounds

Winners of the Deutsche Bank Awards for Creative Entrepreneurs (DBACE) win a share of £50,000 for their creative business.

School Report on diversity: ‘could’ve tried harder,’ says Chime Specialist Group’s CEO

If Joanne Parker, CEO of the Chime Specialist Group (a division of Chime), were to receive a School Report on her efforts to drive diversity and inclusion in her workplace, like many CEO’s today, it would read ‘could do better’. Here she openly explains why, and her ambitions to be best in class.