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The Inclusive Awards 2023 Associates

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Award Categories

D&I Consultancy Award

Showcases innovative consultancies who focus on D&I and offer bespoke strategies, training advice and solutions to organisations looking to create an inclusive working culture.

Outstanding Diversity Network Award

Identifies the outstanding contribution of employee networks that have tackled issues internally or externally to influence change in the field of equality and diversity such as age, disability, gender, sexual orientation, race, faith, or religion. This list will showcase networks across public, private, education, charity, and housing sectors.

Inclusive Culture Initiative Award

Recognises Inclusive Culture initiatives across organisations with diversity at their core. This list features internal initiatives, strategies, campaigns and resources that have been implemented within a company to drive Diversity & Inclusion throughout the business.

Head of Diversity & Inclusion Award

Highlights the excellent achievements of the Heads of Diversity & Inclusion that have shown leadership, commitment, and motivation – driving the diversity agenda throughout a company and the wider community. This list will include those that lead on inclusion within an organisation.

Lifetime Achiever Award

Honours an  individual  who has devoted a major portion of their professional life to enhancing the practice of equality and diversity, making significant, innovative, and cumulatively outstanding contributions to the cause.

Chief Executive of the Year Award

Applauds Chief Executives who have shown personal commitment to the diversity & inclusion agenda, valuing the diversity of their employees and leading their organisation to become an inclusive employer.

D&I Tech Initiative Award

Recent years have seen an influx in the implementation of groundbreaking tech initiatives emerging. Inclusive Awards will compile a list of the some of the great diversity initiatives at this moment in time, from innovative inventions removing barriers for minority groups, to tech companies developing impressive diversity initiatives to create change.

Social Mobility Project Award

Improving social mobility is a long-term challenge which many corporations are keen to invest in. This List will feature organisations and the projects they have developed and implemented to encourage social mobility and community involvement from all backgrounds.

Diversity Teams Award

Diversity teams often work with limited resources and budget, but great diversity teams can make effective change within an organisation regardless of what barriers are in place. This list will highlight teams across a variety of organisations that have shown outstanding dedication in the field of diversity & inclusion and enhanced the agenda within their business.


Thursday December 5th 2023

6.15pm – 7.00pm
Drinks Reception
7.00pm – 7.30pm
Opening Speeches
7.30pm – 9.00pm
3 Course Dinner
10.00pm – 10.15pm
10.15pm – 10.30pm
Entertainment: TBC
10.30pm – 11.30pm
Second Half of Awards Presentation
11.30pm – 11.45pm
Entertainment: TBC
11.45pm – 12.00am

Travel Information


The main gate on Ranelagh Gardens and the back gate on Broomhouse Lane provide pedestrian access to the Club.


Connected by the District Line to the West End and the City, the Club is 0.3 miles from Putney Bridge Tube station, at the eastern end of Ranelagh Gardens. Turn left out of the station and left again under the bridge. The Club is straight ahead.


The Hurlingham Club is 1.1 miles from Putney train station and the Club can be reached by walking over Putney Bridge, or taking a bus. Bus routes from the station that stop near the Club are 39, 85, 93, 14 and 430.


The Hurlingham Club is situated at the east end of Ranelagh Gardens, at the southern end of Napier Avenue. Sat Nav users should key in ‘Napier Avenue’ due to the restricted access under the bridge by Putney Bridge station. Guest parking is limited and incurs a charge of £20.

Please note, the Clean Air Neighbourhood Programme when driving throughout the borough around the Club. Full details can be found here.


The Hurlingham Club is committed to ensuring that its grounds are welcoming and equally accessible to everyone. There are several entrances around the Club that cater for those using wheelchairs or with limited mobility.