Pride in the City
Promoting inclusivity in business
The New Way, Virtually
2020 has made many organisations search for a new definition of 'business as usual'. As we enter whatever our new normal will be, we'll all be faced with lots of challenges, for both people and businesses.
One of these challenges will be for organisations and D&I teams in particular to maintain momentum around inclusion through diversity as a business priority.
Pride in the City amplifies LGBT+ voices, stories, and experiences in the workplace. We work closely with our partner, INvolve - a membership organisation that champions diversity and inclusion.
Becoming our partner means you'll have access to our vast network of LGBT+ speakers, advocates, and thought leaders. Our team can host or attend your corporate LGBT+ inclusion events, be it live or virtual, to give your organisation an informed voice in areas of diversity and inclusion.
To support organisations, Pride In The City has created three virtual partner packages:
External Virtual Event+ Activation
External Virtual Event
Internal Virtual Event
By partnering with Pride in the City your organisation will:
display its social responsibility commitment to workplace LGBT+ inclusion
leverage the Pride in the City brand for marketing and communications
contribute to Pride in London, one of the world’s biggest Pride events
Thanks and stay safe, and LGBT+ inclusive.
Headline 2020 Partner
What people say
Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London: “I welcome Pride in London’s plans to further promote diversity and inclusion within the workplace and I urge organisations around the capital to throw their support behind this important initiative.”
Simon Williams, CEO of NTT DATA UK: "We are proud and very excited to support Pride in the City”.
Mx Pips Bunce, Credit Suisse: "What an impactful and innovative event Pride In The City put on – the venue, content, organisation, themes and messaging were amazing and for many, so very emotive……kudos to the whole Pride in the City team for pulling off what is nothing less than a truly awesome event."
Bisi Alimi, Bisi Alimi Foundation: “The work of Pride in the City is to support businesses in understanding their role as an agent of change and accelerator of social acceptance.”