Improving business performance through increasing diversity

Mon, December 21st, 2020

A survey has been launched to understand the barriers to increasing diversity...

A survey has been launched to understand the barriers to increasing diversity across Liverpool City Region businesses as well as identify some of the key challenges and barriers for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic business owners when accessing business support and finance as they look to start to start, stabilise and grow.

The survey, launched by the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority and Local Enterprise Partnership, forms part of the Metro Mayor’s Race Equality Programme for the Liverpool City Region, working alongside Black Asian and Minority Ethnic community leaders in the region. The aim is to improve business performance through increased diversity as well as tackle the long-standing structural inequalities faced by Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic businesses with firm plans for action.

More information can be found here

More Chamber News

Covid-19 Lockdown: An Open Letter to Liverpool Businesses

Thu, January 14th, 2021

Chamber Leads City-wide call for Businesses to re-double efforts to curb Covid19 More

Applications for £50k Transform community fund now open

Thu, January 14th, 2021

The latest Transform Grants Fund is now live with more than £50,000 of funding f More

Read the latest edition of our Well Connected magazine

Tue, January 19th, 2021

The latest edition features Rutherford Health as the Chief Executive shares... More

Want to upload your own news and events? Click here to find out how

Members can submit news items and events relating to their business