9 April 2019

Join us for Heads Up Bristol – Diversity and Inclusion in Engineering

Join us in Bristol on Tuesday 30th April to explore diversity in engineering and how we can work towards a more inclusive industry.

Join us for breakfast in Bristol on Tuesday 30th April as we discuss why D&I is so important in the engineering industry and sharing what firms can do to ensure they are hiring a diverse mix of employees. There will be a few short, sharp presentations followed by an informal group discussion. 

You’ll hear

• How diverse and inclusive workforces contribute to bottom-line impact

• What it takes to attract, retain and engage a diverse talent pool

• The impact of women’s networks on female engineers 

• What other engineering firms are doing to create D&I programmes

Speakers include

• Chloe Foy – Behavioural Science Strategist, Synergy Creative

• Dr Vanda Papafilippou – Senior Lecturer in Human Resources Management, UWE

• Carlie Walker – D&I specialist, Work180 

When & where

Tuesday 30th April, 2019
The Square Club, 15 Berkeley Square, Bristol, BS8 1HB
9:30am – 11:00am

Expect tea, coffee, pastries and some excellent conversation around this topic.

Feel free to tweet the event @synergycreative.

Check out the event page for more information and to register your place or email Keri O’Donoghue – keri@mccannsynergy.com

We look forward to seeing you there!

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