Reframing diversity and inclusion; from problem to solution, using evidence to drive change
A diversity and inclusion strategy allows you to capture new insights into the lives of diverse groups to meet your business and organisational goals
Inclusion strategies will help your organisation reach new audiences and ensure your communications work in today's diverse world
Get a competitive edge by involving a wider set of people in research and co-creation
Find out how to recruit, motivate and retain staff from diverse backgrounds
We provide context and clarity around diversity and inclusion during times of extreme and quickening change. Over the past 20 years our team has helped private, public and third sector clients by providing the evidence and insight to drive change around equality, diversity and inclusion.
We tackle complexity and bring research into the modern world by engaging seldom-heard people from diverse and minority groups to improve communications, springboard new brands, products and services, leverage greater talent and deliver growth.
Our research and strategy expertise focuses on:
We’ll help you understand and embrace people’s rich diversity so that you are relevant, leverage new opportunities and are a positive force in society.
We believe society is at a turning point, where organisations and brands have the opportunity like never before to embrace diversity, create a better world and reap the benefits.
Versiti helps you make that happen by using tailored methods to reach and communicate with different target groups: minority ethnic and faith communities, disabled people, LGBTQ people, women, young and older people. Where relevant, we work with people who have a direct impact on the welfare of minority groups: line managers, colleagues, teachers, mentors, etc.
Our internationally recognised team of award-winning researchers, strategists and consultants are experienced in delivering innovation and inclusion to enable you to work with groups often described as ‘hard to reach’. We prefer to say they are ‘seldom heard’ and to give them a voice.
Let's make this happen.