Beam Suntory EIG hosts online talk for Black History Month

Beam Suntory EIG hosts online talk for Black History Month

 February 16, 2021

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To mark Black History Month Beam Suntory’s Black EIG in North America, BOLD, hosted executive marketing leader, John A. Shumate, to discuss the power of the Black consumer.

The discussion was moderated by Beam Suntory Account Planner, - Proof, Monique Ozanne.

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Beam Suntory embraces diversity - and it condemns racial injustice and racism in all forms as it stands with its Black employees, partners, customers, communities and all who are frustrated that progress isn’t coming fast enough. "As many of us reflect on how we can be part of long-term solutions to the long-standing problem of racism in our society and to achieve social justice for all, we believe that our company is made stronger and better by the diversity of our people, the strength of our convictions, and our respect for one another," affirms Beam Suntory in an online statement.

"We will deepen engagement with our Global Diversity & Inclusion Teams and Employee Impact Groups to help fuel our inclusive culture and affect positive change. Together, guided by our values, we are determining how we can best help advance social justice for Black communities as we continue to do business the right way, the Beam Suntory way."

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Beam Suntory believes its people grow together in diverse and inclusive environments where their unique insights, experiences and backgrounds are valued and respected. That means having both a seat and a voice at the table. By fostering a culture of inclusivity and leveraging the power of diversity of thought, experience and culture in its employees, the company can unlock insights and capabilities that drive individual and business growth. 

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