Location and dates

ExCel London

6-8 FEBRUARY 2024


Beyond DEI

Fostering workforce inclusion and attracting new talent  

Over 300 people registered to attend the DEI seminar focused on discussing the role of DEI in talent acquisition and retention and in future-proofing the industry.

See the seminar agenda below.

Get in touch today, if you want to discuss DEI in the gambling and betting industry - contact Ewa Bakun at ewa.bakun@clariongaming.com

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Seminar Agenda 


  1. ICC Capital Suite Room 2-4, ExCeL

    Sponsored by


  2. ICC Capital Suite Room 2-4, ExCeL
    Drawing from the annual iGB Salary Survey developed in partnership with Pentasia, the session will discuss how the hiring trends of today tell us about the future of our industry and what steps the in ...
  3. ICC Capital Suite Room 2-4, ExCeL
    Drawing from the personal experience of the iGB Most Influential Women, from professional efforts of experts who are pushing the DEI agenda within their organisations and from structured industry appr ...
  4. ICC Capital Suite Room 2-4, ExCeL
  5. ICC Capital Suite Room 2-4, ExCeL
    Both land-based and online sectors struggle with hiring, affected by the industry image as old-fashioned, causing harm and subject to negative headlines. Going beyond just PR and communications, how c ...
  6. ICC Capital Suite Room 2-4, ExCeL
    Experience the power of mentorship during this interactive session. Join a discussion, led by one of our invited leaders, to learn how to navigate the work environment to grow, develop your career and ...
  7. World Pavilion

    Networking reception sponsored by

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Workforce and talent had emerged as the key industry topic in the many research initiatives that underpin ICE London. Staff recruitment and retention challenges aren’t just a remnant of the post-pandemic world, but relate to broader industry challenge around DEI (Diversity, Equity and Inclusion), reputation and old-fashioned image.  

Addressing those challenges is critical to future-proof the industry, as well as to ensure it continues to innovate and attract a variety of perspectives from different backgrounds and demographics, proven as direct source of innovation and thus growth.   

Therefore, what had historically been a DEI-focused seminar, in 2023 expanded its remit to tackle the topic of DEI in a context of broader inclusion of gender, sex and neurodiversity, but also generation and age.   



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