SIS joins All-in Diversity ranks

SIS (Sports Information Services) distributor of racing data, content and media rights has followed the growing ranks of industry incumbents and stakeholders joining the membership stable of the All-in Diversity Project (AiDP).

As part of its membership commitment, SIS will help drive the diversity and equality agenda within the gambling industry, with the partnership scheme designed to help facilitate the conversation on diversity and equality in the betting and gaming sector, thereby striving to make the betting and gaming industry more inclusive and attractive for everyone.

SIS operates a business with employees representing more than 12 nationalities, diversity and inclusion remain a priority area to continue to develop the business for the future.

Claire Taylor, HR Director at SIS, said: “We are very excited and proud to be part of the All-in Diversity project, who’s vision and mission fully reflect our own agenda and priorities in this important area.

“Diversity and gender equality have always been a natural part of SIS’s culture and we know that it differentiates the top performers from the others regardless of the industry. We look forward to taking part in raising awareness on this topic across the gambling industry and beyond.”

In 2019, AiDP launched its membership scheme seeking to improve industry talent development, employee mentoring, diversity and inclusivity.

“We are proud to welcome SIS to the Founding Membership of All-in Diversity Project,” said Co-Founder Kelly Kehn. “SIS brings 30 years’ industry knowledge and expertise to the table, with a real passion for people. There is no limit to what we can achieve with this calibre of broadcast & betting supplier on board.”

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