How the UK can become the most diverse tech sector in the world
27 Sep 2018
UKBlackTech are one of the most influential diversity groups within the UK, having spearheaded a unique journey to raise the representation of BAMEs in tech through discovering and nurturing homegrown talent. BAME’s make-up 13% of the UK population and account for 19% of the higher education student population, which is why UKBT are passionate to champion that diversity and Inclusion is not simply a moral issue, it will help influence the tech sector’s economic performance and growth. Join UKBT Co-Founder Mark Martin – named Diversity Champion at during London Tech Week at the TechXLR8 awards this year – as he explains why UKBT are on mission to make the UK the most diverse tech sector in the world, and provides some practical solutions for creating an inclusive environment.
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