Diversity and Inclusion

Diversity and Inclusion

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    As attention to DEI initiatives declines, authentic diversity and inclusion need to be ingrained as industry-standards across the workforce, media and marketing. Lisa Dubina, Senior Analyst - Culture & Identity ..."
    “Beyond traditional perceptions and ideals (ie, race, gender, age), the definition of a diverse beauty brand becomes more nuanced. Expanding diversity to include people with physical/mental challenges is a fairly new concept, but one that is extremely important. Developing products to suit the needs of a small cohort of physically..."
    “In the past year, more brands and companies have turned their attentions to improving their diversity, equity and inclusion both internally and externally. Although consumers are noticing these efforts and seeing certain positive effects, the majority feel there is still a long way to go make workplaces, media and branding ..."
    “Overall, gamers feel that representation and diversity is a positive force. For brands, this also represents an opportunity to give players what they want and gain goodwill, as inclusivity only seems to increase players’ likelihood to purchase games if done in a respectful and authentic manner.” – Brian Benway, Gaming ..."
    “While the beauty industry has made strides in recent years to be more inclusive, there is still work to be done. Consumers continue to feel that there are unrealistic standards of beauty, and some groups feel entirely ignored by brands. As a result, consumers are increasing expecting brands to change..."
    “Diversity in beauty is not a marketing tactic – it’s an essential practice and must be a key area of focus among every beauty brand on the market today. It requires a strong commitment from brands to listen and collaborate with members of underserved groups to ensure successful and meaningful..."