The Romanian Diversity Chamber of Commerce (RDCC) will host a webinar on 13 May on the topic of how Equality, Diversity & Inclusion programs are not only important for employees but can actually drive business growth. To register, click here. A strategic partner of the event, Business Review reaffirms its commitment to promote diversity, equality, and inclusion in Romania’s business community, through the recently launched B.R.I.D.G.E. platform.
The event is supported by Dentons, HR Club, the Professional Women’s Network, the British Romanian Chamber of Commerce, the Belgian Luxembourg Romanian Moldovan Chamber of Commerce, the Netherlands Romanian Chamber of Commerce (NRCC) and Business Review.
Featured speakers include Tudor Havriliuc (former Vice President of HR at Facebook), Ivan Janković (People and Culture Delivery Manager of IKEA South East Europe), Doina Filip (Head of Reward & HR Budget at Orange Romania), Yolanda Umpierrez (Global Inclusion and Diversity Team at Accenture) and Serge Offers (CFO and Member of the Board at ING Bank Romania, President of the NRCC, and Vice President of the RDCC). RDCC Founder & Board Member Lestat Monroe and HR club Executive Director Dana Cavaleru will open the event, which will be moderated by renowned journalist and media consultant Andreea Groenendijk-Deveau.
“Diversity, equality and inclusion are not only the right thing to do morally, but they are the right strategy for businesses and countries to unleash the full potential of their people. I am excited to see the Romanian Diversity Chamber of Commerce take a leading role in addressing these challenges and partnering with Romanian and multinational organizations to move us closer to full equality for all.” declared Tudor Havriliuc, Former Vice President of HR at Facebook.
This will be the fifth webinar sponsored by the RDCC, following its highly successful events around its four main pillars: women, LGBT+, Roma and persons with disabilities.
About the Romanian Diversity Chamber of Commerce
The Romanian Diversity Chamber of Commerce, the first of its kind in the world, was established in Romania at the end of 2020, with the main goal of promoting the principles of equality, diversity and inclusion in the country’s business community. Founding members of the Chamber are Accenture, Dentons, IKEA, ING Bank, Kaufland, Mega Image, Raiffeisen Bank, Vodafone and the NGO “Orasul Meu, Culorile Mele”. Other members include Accept, DIAGEO, Dow Chemicals, GKN Fokker Engineering, Netherlands-Romanian Chamber of Commerce, Roma Entrepreneurship Development Initiative (REDI) and Visa, with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) as an honorary member.
Learn more here: www.rdcc.ro