Working towards a day when Britain’s society is truly represented
in our media and creative industries.

We have learned that it’s often harder for those who don’t fit the creative industries status quo to get access to training, pay rises or promotion and by working together we aim to be a part of the solution by collaborating with trusted partners with a shared vision for positive change.

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Our mission is to help under-represented communities, not just enter the creative industries, but to thrive when they get in – because only then will the industry truly reflect and engage broader society.

We are a social enterprise, unrivalled in diverse recruitment and inclusion. We work with all under-represented candidates and organisations across the whole creative industries. Creative Access is largely funded by our employer partners who are committed to improving diversity and inclusion within their organisations, wholeheartedly. All profits go back into growing, training and supporting our community members.

POCC (People of Community and Culture) is a community of culturally diverse creative professionals working within technology, advertising, media, fashion, the arts, film and photography. We exist to positively change the experiences of people of colour within the creative industries, for now and for future generations. Our aim is to provide authentic, fresh and creative solutions to improving cultural representation within the workplace for like-minded brands and agencies.

We are a network of Makers, Doers, Fixers and Dreamers — collectively creating a better future. Born out of a genuine passion to make the creative industries more open and diverse, founder Pip Jamieson launched the platform in 2014. Pip has put helping business build diverse teams at the heart of everything they do! 68% + of The Dots community is female, 31% + BAME & 16% + LGBT+. The Dots also do a lot of work around socioeconomic diversity and neurodiversity to fuel a more balanced industry of the future.