Playtech has signed-up to the All-in Diversity Project, in a move which it says will play “an important role” in underpinning its efforts to promote an inclusive culture.
The move is part of the gambling tech firm’s ‘Sustainable Success’ global sustainability strategy, which forms the blueprint for growing the business in a way that has a positive impact on its people and communities, as well as the environment and wider industry.
WIth a foundation of success “built by its people,” Playtech says that it’s aiming to foster a “truly inclusive culture” which attracts and retains talented people to develop their skills and careers.
Shimon Akad, chief operating officer at Playtech, commented: “We are delighted to partner with All-In Diversity to help champion diversity and inclusion at Playtech, as well as within our sector.
“As the leading technology supplier in the industry, it is imperative to our success that we are able to lead the industry in building a sustainable, commercially viable, entertainment first industry – for the benefit of all.
“Partnering with the All-In Diversity Project will play an important role in supporting our efforts to promote an inclusive culture and accelerate progress on every aspect of diversity within the organisation.”
The All-in Diversity Project is a non-profit dedicated to helping businesses and industry improve diversity, equality and inclusion. All-in is a central resource for data and tools that help businesses make DEI a successful business strategy.
“Playtech’s timing could not be better. As we continue to grow and align our work with the needs of the industry, having the support of established industry leaders is key to driving impactful change,” stated Kelly Kehn, co-founder of All-in Diversity Project.
“This together with their commitment to the Project we are very much looking forward to their commitment and good work we can accomplish with their support.”
All-in founding members provide guidance and support sharing best practices and resources, with Playtech joining the likes of Lottoland, Entain, Microgaming, IGT, SiS, Caesars, Betsson, Scientific Games, Flutter, Gaming Innovation Group, and Kindred Group.