Event Overview

Following the success of the first DIMA Summit: Diversity in Marketing & Advertising Summit we are delighted to bring you the second annual series of the highly anticipated event to London yet again.  DIMA Summit is the only event of its kind in Europe, bringing together the entire marketing and media ecosystem under one roof, with a focus on fostering greater diversity and inclusion in the industry.

The event will be held at BBC New Broadcasting House on 2nd July. We have planned an exciting programme for you with thanks to our advisory board.Through expert-led keynotes, panels, and interactive workshop sessions, the event will highlight success stories, best practices, and insights from inspirational leaders championing diversity in the media and marketing world.

DIMA is more than a summit. It is a movement. Join us for a unique and dynamic experience that will sharpen your vision for the future and enable personalprofessional and corporate development.

FEATURED SPEAKERS 2018

Nick Hart

Head of Corporate Social Responsibility, Turner Broadcasting EMEA

Nick Hart was appointed Head of Corporate Social Responsibility for Turner Broadcasting EMEA in June 2006. His remit includes diversity, environmental, , volunteering and charitable contributions for brands including CNN, TCM and Cartoon Network. He created Turner’s award-winning African School Building project and to date facilities have been built and paid for by staff fundraising in Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Mali, Mozambique, Rwanda, Tanzania and Zambia. This is Nick’s third job at Turner where he was previously responsible for publicity for the entertainment channels and where he founded and ran Classic Shorts, which as part of the London Film Festival became one of the most important short film prizes in Europe with judges including Bernardo Bertolucci, Stephen Woolley, Ridley Scott, Hugh Grant and Ewan McGregor. He started his career as deputy editor of film magazine Movie Star before launching communications specialists WHD and has associate producer credits on two television series. He then moved to BSB (now BSkyB), MBC and Channel One TV and joined Turner in 1999. Nick is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and publications include contributions to 'Driving Corporate Responsibility' (Thomson Reuters/Aspatore 2014), 'Diverse Britain' (St James's House 2011) and 'Buried Treasure' (Greenleaf 2008). He has awards and finalist places from the World CSR Congress, Business Charity Awards, National CSR Awards, International Business Awards and others.

2018 AGENDA

2

July

REGISTRATION & NETWORKING

8:00 - 9:00

BBC New Broadcasting House, Portland Place, London, W1A 1AA

Opening Remarks

9:30 - 9:35

MAIN STAGE - BBC Radio Theatre, BBC New Broadcasting House

CHAIR's OPENING REMARKS

9:35 - 9:45

MAIN STAGE - BBC Radio Theatre, BBC New Broadcasting House

KEYNOTE INTERVIEW: BBC on diversity and inclusion

9:45 - 10:25

MAIN STAGE - BBC Radio Theatre, BBC New Broadcasting House

PANEL: ENGAGING MEN IN DIVERSITY & INCLUSION INITIATIVES

Moderated by Sandra Ondraschek-Norris Senior Director Corporate Engagement, Catalyst

10:25 - 11:00

MAIN STAGE - BBC Radio Theatre, BBC New Broadcasting House

This session features a short presentation followed by panel discussion with nominees and judges of #DIMA50: 50 Male Advocates in Marketing & Media of #DIMA50, followed by Q&A with audience

MORNING WORKSHOP: Thinking Outside the Boxes: Intersectionality in Action

10:30 - 12:30

Media Café, BBC New Broadcasting House

As unfashionable as it is to say it, creating an inclusive culture in your organisation relies on understanding the complexity of the underlying issues that prevent robust change. Leaders who care about diversity and inclusion therefore need new, sharper tools to make this a reality. What we do know is that the mainstream paradigm that siloes people’s identities is redundant (you know, the common refrain that says: let's focus on "gender" first, and then when that's "done" we can look into race). To be effective, we need to deploy thinking that emphasises people’s complexities over the simplicity of fictitious diversity boxes. We need an intersectional analytic framework. Only then will our solutions be effective and sustainable. This 2 hour workshop will deploy Fearless Futures' unique participative and experiential approach and will be an introduction to how leaders who care about making diversity and inclusion happen can sharpen their thinking outside of and across diversity boxes as you design and lead on making inclusion a reality.

TACKLING DISCRIMINATION & PROMOTING GENDER EQUALITY WITH AN INTERSECTIONAL APPROACH

11:00 - 11:30

MAIN STAGE - BBC Radio Theatre, BBC New Broadcasting House

KEYNOTE: Sulaiman Khan (Founder and Chief Purpose Officer, ThisAbility)

11:30 - 11:45

MAIN STAGE - BBC Radio Theatre, BBC New Broadcasting House

This session features a TED style keynote speech by Sulaiman Khan, Founder and Chief Purpose Officer at ThisAbility

TACKLING STEREOTYPES IN ADVERTISING TOGETHER AS AN INDUSTRY

Moderated by Nicola Kemp, Trends Editor, Campaign

11:45 -12:20

MAIN STAGE - BBC Radio Theatre, BBC New Broadcasting House

The UNSTEREOTYPE alliance is industry-led initiative convened by UN Women and unites leaders across business, technology and creative industries to tackle the widespread prevalence of stereotypes that are often perpetuated through advertising and content. This session features a panel discussion with key advertisers and individuals who are driving this initiative.

INTERVIEW: Perspectives on Diversity: A Journalist’s View

12:20 - 12:35

MAIN STAGE - BBC Radio Theatre, BBC New Broadcasting House

FIRESIDE CHAT: TRULY UNDERSTANDING & EMBRACING NEURODIVERSITY

12:35 - 12:55

MAIN STAGE - BBC Radio Theatre, BBC New Broadcasting House

LUNCH

12:55 - 14:10

Media Café, BBC New Broadcasting House

KEYNOTE: INCLUSIVE LEADERSHIP

For too long the focus of conversations around D&I have centred around company-wide initiatives rather than the role individuals play in cultivating a culture of belonging. In this session we will explore what it means to be an inclusive leader, look at the skills and behaviours required to champion inclusion and understand why inclusive leadership is the essential leadership skill for the future.

14:10 - 14:40

MAIN STAGE - BBC Radio Theatre, BBC New Broadcasting House

AFTERNOON WORKSHOP: Engaging Men in Diversity & Inclusion Initatives

14:15 - 16:30

Media Café, BBC New Broadcasting House

To build inclusive workplace cultures, we need male leaders fully engaged as champions, allies and advocates. Without their buy-in, progress in diversity and inclusion work will continue to be frustratingly slow. In this interactive session we will explore why men have been left out of the conversation and how we can enable their fuller participation. Drawing on Catalyst research, we will unpack the three Bs of engaging men in gender initiatives: Barriers, Benefits, Behaviours and discuss what concrete actions men and women can take to cultivate cross-gender partnership in the workplace and beyond. Participants will be encouraged to challenge their own assumptions about men, women and gender norms and to engage in a candid conversation about partnering on inclusion.

Recruiting diverse talent and Empowering the next generation of diverse leaders

14:40 - 15:05

MAIN STAGE - BBC Radio Theatre, BBC New Broadcasting House

How do we recruit, develop and retain more diverse talent into our industry? What are the tools that are needed to support diverse talent into leadership roles? Best practices and lessons learnt from MediaMath

FOCUS ON SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC DIVERSITY IN MEDIA & MARKETING

15:10 - 15:40

MAIN STAGE - BBC Radio Theatre, BBC New Broadcasting House

AFTERNOON BREAK

15:40 - 16:10

Media Café, BBC New Broadcasting House

SPOTLIGHT ON BAME LEADERS IN MARKETING AND MEDIA

Moderated by Nicola Kemp, Trends Editor, Campaign

16:10 - 16:40

MAIN STAGE - BBC Radio Theatre, BBC New Broadcasting House

CLOSING KEYNOTE PANEL: D&I OFFSCREEN & ONSCREEN

Moderated by Nicola Kemp, Trends Editor, Campaign

16:45 - 17:20

MAIN STAGE - BBC Radio Theatre, BBC New Broadcasting House

CLOSING REMARKS & END OF SUMMIT

17:20 - 17:30

MAIN STAGE - BBC Radio Theatre, BBC New Broadcasting House

With Thanks to

2018 Inclusion Partners

2018 Associate Partners

  • 180 +

    Participants

  • 20 +

    Speakers

  • 8 +

    Hours of engaging content

Client side marketers

Agencies

Media Owners

Associations

AdTech

MarTech

Whether you from an agency, media owner, tech provider or a client side marketer, this event is a must attend. It is the only two day event in Europe dedicated to diversity & inclusion in marketing and advertising. The event brings together the entire marketing and advertising ecosystem under one roof. All are encouraged to register and attend this significant and timely event.

LEARN

Learn from the game changers in diversity and inclusion, the innovators who are helping to rewrite the future of advertising, marketing, media and tech

NETWORK

Network with and learn from like-minded professionals who share your commitment to the business imperative of diversity and inclusion

TAKE PART

Take part in interactive discussions with your colleagues and experienced practitioners who ventured successfully into new territory with new approaches.

Gain insights

Gain insights into solving the most pressing challenges faced by individuals and organisations in marketing and advertising. The content of the summit is shaped by a diverse planning committee and feedback from the industry.

It’s all about you

It’s all about you. Our event format encourages a great deal of attendee participation through our interactive sessions and ‘unconference sessions’ whereby the agenda of the session is set by the attendees themselves. Often at events, there is a missed opportunity of the ideas within the audience. We have a varied approach to attendee participation and attendees are the heart of this summit. The ideas you contribute could change the face of the industry and we want you to be able to share your ideas with your peers at the event!

Fun and Engaging

Fun and engaging session formats. We promise two days packed with informative and inspirational sessions and no long and boring presentations or sales pitches. There will also be plenty of opportunities for networking and interaction with your peers.

BBC Broadcasting House
Portland Place
London
W1A 1AA

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If you have any questions or require further information about the event, we would be delighted to assist.

LYNC MEDIA GROUP LTD.

Address: Kemp House, 160 City Road, London, United Kingdom, EC1V 2NX
Email: contact@dimasummit.com

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