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The diversity dividend: A frank exploration of the role of race, age and background in business

Businesses that encourage the coming together of different ethnicities will thrive post-COVID-19. Image: LinkedIn/Anthony Simpson

Anthony Simpson

Executive Search and Media Sector Advisor, Savannah Group

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