Wednesday 3rd March 2021
EA Inclusion's Commercial and Marketing Manager, Ben Runcorn, has been invited to be part of the judging panel for the Diversity & Inclusion Award at the PPA (Professional Publishers Association) Awards 2021.
EA Inclusion is currently working with the PPA to deliver its first-ever industry-wide diversity & inclusion survey, offering insight into the industry as a whole, with a view to identify representation, track progress made, and help tackle challenges.
The PPA Diversity & Inclusion Award seeks to recognise a brand or publication that is championing diversity & inclusion within their business, or to their audience. This may be via a new product, campaign, brand extension, podcast, magazine, event, or anything which enhances or promotes D&I across the business and beyond.
Entries should demonstrate:
a focus on making publishing more accessible
the impact within the company and/or the wider publishing industry
the long-term plan to make this sustainable
The extended entry deadline is Monday 8th March. Find out more and enter here: https://ppaawards.co.uk/2021/en/page/home
Ben Runcorn, Commercial and Marketing Manager at EA Inclusion
Ben has been a key member of EA Inclusion (a global cultural change, inclusion & diversity, and behavioural impact consultancy) since 2013, where he works with global organisations across all industries and sectors.
This year Ben has led the PPA’s first-ever industry-wide diversity and inclusion survey, offering insight into the industry as a whole, with a view to identify representation, track progress made, and help tackle challenges.
Aside from his work with the PPA, Ben’s other experience within publishing includes working with the Publishers Association to deliver their industry diversity and inclusion survey for the last 3 years, along with working with several of their members to deliver a wide range of consultancy and training services. Additionally, Ben has also delivered a project with the CIC (Creative Industries Council) looking at progress that has been made on diversity and inclusion across the creative industries as a whole, which included a specific focus on publishing.