Demonstrating the Business Case for D&I: Stories from Asia 

Ongoing research of Community Business' Diversity & Inclusion in Asia Network (DIAN)

 
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Community Business' leading DIAN network is compiling a new resource guide
 

At a global level companies understand the importance of diversity and inclusion as an internal talent management strategy and also as a way to capitalise on the external market opportunities and gain competitive advantage.  However at the local level in Asia, many companies struggle to secure the buy-in and commitment of key local stakeholders because they are unable to define and articulate a compelling business case.  With a lack of local stories that demonstrate measurable and tangible impact in a way that resonates locally, diversity and inclusion is often dismissed simply as a nice to have, rather than a strategic business issue.

 

This resource will help companies understand and build the business case for diversity and inclusion in their organisations in Asia.

 

 Call for Nominations

 Do you have a compelling business case story that clearly demonstrates the business case and business impact of embracing diversity and inclusion?
 Be featured in this new resource guide!

 

Have a chance to be featured in this new research by submitting a nomination>>


  Companies whose stories are selected will enjoy the following profiling and branding benefits:

  • Double page spread presenting your business case story

  • Branding opportunities associated with promotion of the report

  • Opportunity to participate in virtual and live events promoting the research

  • Online exposure - DIAN website and social media

 

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