Eventus International, a global event organizer that focuses on gaming conferences and exhibitions, has recently partnered with All-in Diversity Project. The Eventus International – All-in Diversity partnership aims to set the benchmark for diversity, equality, and inclusion in the iGaming industry.
As a not-for-profit industry-driven initiative, All-in Diversity Project looks to set the standards of diversity and equality within the global betting and gaming sector. Kelly Kehn, co-founder of All-in Diversity Project, said:
“We established the All-in Diversity Project because we believe the industry itself has a role to play in improving how we do business. Eventus International will play a pivotal role bringing the topic of diversity in betting and gambling to the world’s stage.”
The initiative’s main resource is the industry data that is relative to diversity and inclusion. Through the use of the data, the Project will find a measure of diversity in the industry. It will also look to facilitate an open and objective discussion about equality across the iGaming industry on a global scale.
With its collection of data, the All-in Diversity Project can establish an industry standard index that can be used as a definitive benchmarking tool for the iGaming sector. This tool can be used to measure the current landscape as well as create the roadmap for future changes and progress.
Yudi Soutjiptadi, managing director of Eventus International, added:
“Our events take us to different markets across the globe and our team is truly diverse and international. We are excited and honoured to support All-in Diversity Project not only through our belief that diversity and inclusion makes for business success but also by including it actively and positively in all our events and products.”
Now an active part of the project, Eventus International emphasizes its huge support to Kelly Kehn’s team that moves to address the issues on the global gambling stage.
With Eventus at its side, All-in Diversity Project has recently launched a social media campaign and its website. The initiative is currently registering participants for its All-index survey. Those who are interested in the survey can visit the All-in Diversity website.