Joining Nadia on this episode of the ground-breaking Women of FinTech podcast is Katherine Kilpatrick, Director of Corporate Marketing at Symphony.
Being heavily involved in the management and conceptualisation of a plethora of events, Katherine shares with us what it takes to be different in a world where the typical corporate conference is no longer enough. From providing a platform that invites the unique, to ensuring everyone has a seat at the table, this episode is a masterclass in relevant industry event planning.
Embedding Diversity, Equity and Inclusion into events is still not an inherent part of the process. Katherine reminds us all why it's so important to spark conversation around inclusion in the early stages of planning, ensuring everyone knows it's a priority.
Symphony takes active measures to ensure the events they run, and participate in, represent and invite everyone to the discussion- what measures are you taking to change attitudes?
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