New diversity platform aims to bridge the UK's tech diversity gap
Today marks the launch of a new platform that is looking to connect new recruits from minority ethnic and gender backgrounds with U.K. tech firms in an attempt to bridge the sector's diversity gap. The non-profit Colorintech, which is based in London, has been founded by Silicon Valley executive Don McKenzie, alongside Miranda Brawn, Chris Gordon and Ashleigh Ainsley, and is the first U.K. organization to argue the case for greater representation and transparency amongst talented young Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) recruits.
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