Press Releases

For chapter-specific media enquiries please refer to the Contact section for each individual country chapter.
For general press/ media enquiries: 

media@30percentclub.org 
Jamie Brookes +44 7769 900 417
Gay Collins + 44 7798 626 282
Georgina Whittle + 44 20 3128 8528

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Winners announced at the Women Ahead and 30% Club Cross-Company Mentoring Awards

Awards include those created in honour of Dame Helen Alexander, who passed away in 2017

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30% Club Launches Dame Helen Alexander Awards

In memory of Dame Helen Alexander, the 30% Club has created two awards and invites applications from across the world of business for the Dame Helen Alexander Award for the Most Promising Mentee, and the Dame Helen Alexander Award for the Greatest Commitment to Mentoring.

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Investors focus on diversity with growth of 30% Club UK Investor Group

The 30% Club UK Investor Group has grown from 7 to 27 members and from £1.6 trillion to £10.5 trillion in assets under management.  The initiative is now global, with significant groups in Australia and Canada as well as a new group forming in the US.  

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30% Club praises FTSE 350 CEOs engaged in campaign for greater female representation at exec level

30 FTSE-100 CEO’s commit to 30% Club’s 30% Targets 

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Pioneering group Women Returners hosts 2017 conference

Pioneering group Women Returners hosts 2017 conference to get women back into work, sponsored by UK Government and leading businesses
Survey ahead of conference reveals 75% of respondents would prefer a returner programme to get them back to work

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Women in career ‘danger zone’ to be mentored for success in rapidly growing UK programme

High potential women in the ‘danger zone’ of their careers are set to be mentored by senior male and female leaders in the UK’s largest cross-company mentoring programme, designed to attract and retain women into leadership and Board roles.
 

 

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Mismatched people management impacts executive diversity, study shows

  • Women miss out on critical experiences offered to men to achieve promotion
  • Senior managers don’t spend enough time developing their people
  • Female managers are more open to, and encouraging of, diversity

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Fully utilising returning female professionals could bring the UK £1.7bn of economic benefits

Two thirds of female professionals are estimated to be working below their potential when they return to work from career breaks

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