We strongly believe in the values of respect, equality, diversity and inclusion, and the need to reflect the society and consumers that our clients want to speak to.
A driving force for a culturally progressive and diverse industry.
That is why we in March 2020, we launched REPRESENT, our network for employees from a Black, Asian and minority ethnic background. Celebrating and championing the rich and diverse cultures within our business; ensuring that we are a place where everyone feels equal and welcome and everyone has a place to listen, learn and share experiences to drive positive change.
dentsu is committed to being an anti-racist and anti-bias organisation with a systemic approach to tackle racism and promote a culture of equal opportunity.
Find out more on REPRESENT
Why Represent’s Book Club brought out the best in the den...Mark Gorman, Strategy Director at Whitespace discusses joining the Represent Book Club and is experience with a cross-cultural mixture of enthusiastic devotees of the genre and some unbelievably in...
Chinese New Year: A second chance to bring in the New YearGong hei fat choy! Flora Kong, Managing Partner, Vizuem talks to us about the symbolism of Chinese New Year, superstitions and the Year of the Ox.
Black History Month: Decolonising Media with Dr Annabel S...Our fourth Black History Month event took a more introspective turn, as Dr Annabel Sowemimo gave us an insightful and thought-provoking examination of our history and why we have got to where we are.
Black History Month: United to Change and Inspire (UTCAI)We were joined by the 6 men behind United to Change and Inspire (UTCAI), a business founded on the belief that we need to wrap our arms around Black youth and create a better path of opportunity.
Black History Month: In conversation with Cephas WilliamsFor Represents second event of Black History Month, power and passion flowed as we listened to host Christopher Roye, Sales Director at Isobar, speak with Cephas Williams, a man of many wise words,...
Black History Month: Female Intersectional PanelRepresent’s Black History Month kicked off with a panel on Female Intersectionality in partnership with our ONE network, who promote and celebrate gender equality across our business and beyond.
Five Minutes with Kelly LingIn our regular series five minutes with, we catch up with parents and carers across our network to hear how they are adjusting to life working from home.
Five Minutes with Gary SinghGary Singh, Client Partner, Avid shares hit tips and tricks for new daily routines and working at home.
Five Minutes with Balpreet MangatWe talk to Balpreet Mangat, Managing Partner, MKTG on how she is adjusting to life working from home.
Five Minutes with Marlon AgardMarlon Agard, Salesforce Manager at Dentsu Aegis Network, tells us his tips and tricks for working at home.
Our 100% employee owned and run LGBT+ and allies network.Link to &Proud
Promoting and celebrating gender equality.Link to ONE
Parents and Carers
We're a family friendly business.Link to Parents and Carers
Our strategy to conquer the 'digital divide'.Link to Social Impact
Programmes of support available for everyone around mental, physical and financial wellbeing.Link to Wellbeing