Part 2 - Kim Wardle and Trevor Robinson OBE, Owner of Quiet Storm Advertising, talk Diversity & Inclusion

PART 2:

Gemini Peoples Director, Kimberley Wardle chats to Trevor Robinson OBE - Owner of Quiet Storm Advertising, on how diversity will lead to better advertising and what his agency does to be more inclusive.

Keep your eyes peeled for Gemini People's 4 part series covering ‘Diversity and Inclusion’ in the workplace!

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