How has Covid impacted diversity in UK startups?

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Nancy Evbuomwan, Strategist and Business Agility Coach, on how Covid has both highlighted inequalities and presented opportunities for positive change.

  • Continue the conversations that were sparked by Covid on diversity and inclusion

  • Don’t let remote working create subcultures within the team

  • Not all the answers will be obvious and immediate for leaders, they should “act like a scientist”

In this video Nancy explains how the shift to remote working sparked serious conversations about inclusion in the workplace for many businesses and diversified the typical pool of founders in the startup community.

Covid also raised questions for startups on diversity that are yet to be fully answered and created challenges such as cultural division between those who are back in the office and those who chose not to. Watch below for these discussion points and more.



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