Brand Brewery wins Diversity and Inclusion in Grocery conference

Brand Brewery will be the sole lead agency for the management and implementation of Diversity and Inclusion in Grocery.

As part of raising important issues to the top of the business agenda, Brand Brewery has won the Diversity and Inclusion in Grocery conference.

The one-day event will see Tesco, Accenture, Coca Cola European Partners, Proctor & Gamble and Mondelez International discuss key topics like learning and development, smarter working culture and external mentoring.

A series of seminars, talks and networking initiatives bring together more than 1,200 international delegates from prominent FMCG companies 

Brand Brewery managing director Claire Gapper said: "At Brand Brewery we pride ourselves on cultivating an environment which encourages diversity and inclusion.

"This not only yields greater creativity, better idea development and more thorough problem-solving but helps us to align with like-minded clients.

"We are very proud and excited to be working with GroceryAid on this pioneering industry conference and look forward to supporting them on their journey." 

Brand Brewery has put together a series of innovative solutions to best deliver the programme for the day which will include panel discussions, inspirational and senior industry speakers and thought sharing sessions.

GroceryAid fundraising director Jane Hill added: "The Diversity and Inclusion in Grocery event is a great opportunity for our partners and the industry to come together to talk about this important agenda.

"Brand experience agency, brand brewery demonstrated the knowledge and expertise to execute an event of this scale and also promote GroceryAid’s values of diversity and inclusion in the workplace."

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