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DIVERSITY LACKING AT TRADE ORGS
7/22/20

The lack of gender and ethnic diversity in the senior ranks of U.K. trade bodies has been revealed in a new report, which says that women represent just 27% of CEO positions and black women count for 3% of board members.

Findings for the report, titled A Seat at the Table, were conducted by female-focused community Women in CTRL. The org analyzed the gender and ethnic make-up of 12 key music trade organisations, focusing on the representation of black women.

The report notes women hold just three out of 12 CEO positions and only one Chair, and five board seats out of a possible 185 are held by black women, who fill only two positions employed within teams out of 122 roles. Furthermore, 34% of board members across 12 music trade body boards are women and there are no black female CEOs or Chairpersons across 11 music trade body boards.

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