Imogen Watson
Apr 11, 2023

How can adland protect diversity budgets in tough times?

Campaign asks industry leaders in the U.K. how to ensure DEI commitments stick as the economic situation gets stickier.

Clockwise from top-left: James Fox, Ali Hanan, Lydia Amoah, Geoff de Burca, Kate Williams, Jerry Daykin, Chloe Davies

The UK economy is in bad shape, with tough times forecast for the indefinite future. As adland looks to trim costs, there are reports that some agencies (even holding groups) are slashing DE&I talen

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