Today Emergence Partners joined the Tech Talent Charter a not for profit organisation leading a movement to address inequality in the UK tech sector and drive inclusion and diversity in a practical and uniquely measurable way.

As a signatory, Emergence commits to create and share dedicated D&I plans, processes and policies to ensure diversity, equity and inclusion sit at the heart of who Emergence is, how they work and who they work with.  Emergence will also submit data to the annual TTC census which tracks the progress of D&I in the tech sector. Results from the most recent census can be found on the TTC website.

David Poole, Emergence CEO and senior TTC signatory said, “I’ve had years of success in the tech sector with virtually no barriers. When I set up Emergence with my Partners, we agreed that DE&I needed to be more than a policy but a personal and public promise to do better.  Joining the TTC is part of that promise.”

He continued, “being part of the ever-growing Tech Talent Charter group of signatories will give us a chance to share ideas, progress and challenges as well as, crucially, how we’re each overcoming them.  Achieving our aims as a business and supporting those of the TTC means working together as a UK tech community.

TTC is supported by the UK Government’s Digital Strategy.


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