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The EDI Engine – RAEng publishes new report

The EDI Engine – RAEng publishes new report

Better equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) practices can help businesses to attract and recruit engineers, retain and progress top talent, and unleash their creativity for more innovative engineering solutions, according to a new report just published by the Royal Academy of Engineering. 

The EDI engine: Evidencing the business benefits of equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) in engineering, produced in partnership with Dalberg Advisors, uses data and real-world examples to show how prioritising EDI as a strategic imperative can drive business success in engineering. From attracting top talent and enhancing innovation to reaching broader markets and mitigating risks, embracing diversity and inclusion helps to drive sustainable growth and competitiveness in the engineering industry.

The report draws together compelling evidence, actionable insights and relatable case studies to highlight the vital role EDI plays in the success of engineering businesses, whatever their size. Businesses that advance EDI can open up more access to funding, contracts and partnerships, while mitigating legal and reputational risk.

Read the full report.

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