The All-in Diversity Project (AiDP) officially kicks-off National Inclusion Week with the signing of a strategic partnership with Gaming Intelligence Services, the publisher of GamingIntelligence.com, Gaming Intelligence Quarterly (GIQ magazine) and GIEspanol.com.
With the addition of Gaming Intelligence to AiPD’s growing portfolio off strategic partnerships, it will begin to help in the promotion of the diversity and inclusion agenda to Gaming Intelligence’s audience throughout the global gaming industry – from key decision makers in operations and suppliers, through to national regulators, the legal and financial communities, along with the wider media.
Gaming Intelligence founder Bobby Mamudi commented: “The All-in Diversity Project’s mission is to be the central global resource for all things relating to diversity and equality and Gaming Intelligence is the central global resource for business intelligence for the global gaming industry. It should be a match made in heaven.”
GIQ editor Steve Hoare added: “I found the AiDP Founder Members’ meeting last week hugely inspiring and I’m really excited about the potential of this partnership. It feels like the start of something dynamic and important.”
As part of the partnership, the All-in Diversity Project and Gaming Intelligence are planning a series of events in collaboration with other partners as a way to asses best practices and to also share initiatives across the industry. Gaming Intelligence will also be using its websites, magazine and newsletters to further promote the Project’s ambitions.
All-In Diversity Project co-founder Christina Thakor-Rankin commented: “We’re really pleased to be working alongside one of the sector’s most respected news and analytics agencies.
“For us communication and data are probably the two most important aspects of what we are doing – understanding the challenges, identifying the solutions and measuring the impact of an inclusion operating model on the bottom-line.
“As we start data collection for the All-Index 2019 and look to further our understanding on the impact of diversity in areas such as responsible play and changing sports-betting demographics, this partnership could not have come at a better time.”