Breaking barriers - Register now for CRN's studio event going live next Tuesday 6th December

Ethnic diversity, recruitment, work culture and more will be discussed by studio guests and resellers in this free interactive hybrid event

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Breaking barriers will go live Tuesday 6th at 9.30am
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Breaking barriers will go live Tuesday 6th at 9.30am

CRN is proud to present a live studio event in collaboration with Computacenter on Tuesday 6th December.

Register here for free to gain access to all the video content, panels, keynotes and more ahead of time.

Guests from a range of channel companies will offer their leadership, insights and calls to action on how to make ethnic diversity representation sincere and a true driver of business in the UK.

Editor Nima Sherpa Green will be hosting from our London studio with the agenda kicking of at 9.30am.

Also joining us will be British-Nigerian historian, author, presenter and BAFTA winning film-maker David Olusoga OBE.

He is also a Professor of Public History at the University of Manchester, and will be presenting a keynote on:

  •  The Tech Industry wants to do better on Diversity - So why aren't we?

Building a truly ethnically diverse workforce requires transparent and inspiring leadership that is comfortable having difficult conversations.

It's also a pivot point for opening up new avenues and opportunities on how businesses can better connect to the very customers they serve.

Join us and your peers on Tuesday 6th December for a day of keynote, panel, and interactive Q&A sessions, all hosted by a diverse range of experts and industry leaders.

  •  Learn what being an ally actually means within business
  • Educate yourself on how to promote diversity in the industry

Want to find out more?

CRN's events team has compiled the full agenda and details here.

And, as mentioned, register here ahead of time and be the first to receive updates from the panellists and speakers. A big thank you to Computacenter for partnering with us on raising awareness on this issue.

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