British Beer and Pub Association: Culture, Spaces, and Environments

This webinar was the third in the Open to All series run by the Beer and Pub Association in partnership with enei, and explored the specific considerations in creating inclusive culture, spaces, and environments.

This session looked at how hospitality businesses can foster inclusivity across their organisations. 

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Highlights and takeaways

This webinar focussed on the following topics: 

  • How culture, spaces, and environments can play a role in fostering diversity and inclusivity. 
  • The changes that can be made to a pub/brewing environment to make it inclusive. 
  • How allyship and being an active bystander can help to understand other people’s experiences and to tackle discrimination. 

Who might benefit from viewing the recording of this event

This is a webinar open to anyone interested in making their organisation more inclusive but we would particularly recommend that HR teams, managers and senior leaders attend. 

Who were our guest speakers?

Kat Winstanley, Wellbeing Lead, BrewDog Plc.

Sapna McCarthy, Sr. Manager: Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, Tate & Lyle.


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This event was presented by Hugh O’Keeffe from the enei team and featured guest speakers Kat Winstanley and Sapna McCarthy. The session was conducted on 16 January 2024.

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