Sports Trading Network joins forces with All-in Diversity to transform a new generation of traders

Kelly Kehn – All-In Diversity

Industry workplace diversity, inclusion and equality program ‘The All-in Diversity Project’ (All-in) has announced its latest strategic partnership with the Sports Trading Network (STN).

STN is regarded as sports betting’s largest professional network of traders, offering sports modelling, data and insights for all global sports markets.

Updating the market, STN and All-in have partnered to launch a new industry-wide Sports Trading Apprenticeship program developed to ‘accelerate the quality and numbers of new talent entering the discipline’.

STN has approached All-in to nurture the apprenticeship’s diversity and inclusivity frameworks, broadening the program’s talent pool.

“Our plans to create a more diverse and inclusive industry has a big focus on sports – currently a heavily dominated industry with over 80% of the current talent being male.” details Kelly Kehn, Co-Founder of All-in Diversity Project.

“Together with the Sports Trading Network, this partnership brings a deep level of industry expertise, a passion to educate and develop new talent for the future, and in the process, create a more diverse and inclusive industry for all of us”.

Gareth Timmins -STN

Furthermore, forming the strategic partnership, All-in Diversity Project and STN will be working closely together to actively position the sports betting industry as a great career option, train the talent of tomorrow and offer operators a new pipeline for recruitment, training and development.

“From all at STN, we are absolutely delighted to have joined partnership with the All-In Diversity Project, and with our collective joint efforts hope to transform both the current workplace and workforce landscape, for a better, brighter and more prosperous future for ALL individuals and companies alike,” adds Gareth Timmins, Head of Projects and Risk at STN.

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