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National Diversity Awards land new sponsors

NEW PATRON: Singer Misha B is supporting the awards (PA)

BRAND NEW sponsors have joined the growing list of those supporting the UK’s National Diversity Awards (NDA).

The awards group announced that five organisations and companies have signed up to back the 2013 edition.

They are Transport for London, Price Waterhouse Coopers (PWC), Sky, MI5, and The Co-operative Group.

NDA also confirmed existing sponsors have extended their association with the awards, including Microsoft, the Open University, and others.

“Diversity is about understanding the value of being different and how these differences can benefit our staff and clients”, said Andy Woodfield, of new sponsor PWC.

“Being more open minded to diversity in the workplace enables us to attract talent from a wider pool so we can work with the best people and continue to innovate.

“We are honoured to be part of the Diversity Awards, to celebrate the achievements of individuals and communities who are creating a more inclusive society,” he added.

Singer Misha B recently lent her support to NDA, joining up as a patron.

She said: “I’m delighted to be a patron of the NDA. A great opportunity to recognise and celebrate diversity in all its glory.

“I’m really looking forward to being a part of the event, and longer term helping to raise the profile of this awesome cause.”

This year’s NDA ceremony will take place in Leeds at the Queens Hotel on September 20.

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