• 30% Clubs launched in 2013 in Hong Kong and in 2014 in the US, Ireland and Southern Africa, with further Clubs planned in Canada & Australia. The 30% Club approach - collaborative, concerted business-led efforts - can help accelerate progress towards better gender balance at all levels of organisations.

    The 30% Club launched in the UK in 2010 with a goal of 30% women on FTSE-100 boards by end 2015 - currently 22.8% up from 12.6%. Accelerated progress has been achieved through the leadership of Chairs and CEOs, our members.

  • International 30% Clubs

Welcome to the 30% Club

Information booklet

What our members say...

“In my judgment, shareholders benefit when boards have a diversity of skills, background and experience. That’s the way the most effective boards tend to be composed – with both men and women playing a full part.”

David Tyler
Chairman, Sainsbury’s

“Diversity for us is about getting the right balance of independence, skills, knowledge, outlooks and experience – and gender is an important part of that balance. It is obvious that women have a significant role to play at M&S, not least given the nature of our customer base and the profile of our staff. Female directors already account for 30% of the board and 32% of senior management. It is a significant area of development for our people across the business.”

Robert Swannell
Chairman, Marks and Spencer Group

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