Diversity and Inclusion Employer of the Year

This award celebrates those working with cloud technologies that are out-striding other employers and making proactive efforts to promote inclusivity, foster diversity, and champion equality within their organization and beyond.

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Revolent specializes in creating certified cloud talent from a range of diverse backgrounds that can thrive within specialist cloud technologies, including AWS, Microsoft, and Salesforce. Through its wide range of funded and industry-certified cross-training programs, Revolent helps experienced tech professionals cross-train into a lucrative career in the cloud, providing businesses with a cost-effective way to tackle the cloud skills gap. 

Previous Winner

In the wake of George Floyd’s death in 2020, Merkle’s seven employee-led pillars have moved their objectives towards creating radical change in order to become an organization with a zero tolerance towards racism. The company’s Diversity, Equality and Inclusion Council engages with external specialists in order to continue learning and helping them become a truly inclusive place to work.  

Merkle

Previous Nominees

Merkle
Grayce
Applied

Nominations are now closed

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Previous Winner

In the wake of George Floyd’s death in 2020, Merkle’s seven employee-led pillars have moved their objectives towards creating radical change in order to become an organization with a zero tolerance towards racism. The company’s Diversity, Equality and Inclusion Council engages with external specialists in order to continue learning and helping them become a truly inclusive place to work.  

Merkle

Previous Nominees

Merkle
Grayce
Applied

Nominations are now closed

For your free reminder email ahead of our global virtual awards ceremony.

Criteria

Our judges will be looking for nominees who demonstrate a commitment to supporting and promoting access to opportunities for all in the cloud space.

Successful nominations should:

Nominations can be submitted as a 100+ word statement (400 words max) OR a three minute (maximum) video highlighting how the nominee has hit all or some of the elements outlined in the category criteria. Try and include as much tangible evidence as possible—please note that the video should explain why the nominee should win the award, and not exceed the length mentioned above. The video can be shot on a phone, laptop or PC camera, corporate adverts that do not address the category criteria will not be accepted.

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Choosing your region

This year the Digital Revolution Awards will take place across 4 separate ceremonies – USA, UK, Germany, and the Global Virtual ceremony. When you nominate a business or individual, you can choose which region you would like to nominate them for.

By nominating a business or individual for a regional award (US, UK, or Germany), you also agree to enter the nominee for the Virtual Global Show and the in-person event in the selected region.

If you are nominating someone outside of these three regions (e.g., France, Australia, Brazil), then please select the Virtual Award Show option. Please note, that this does not affect the category you are entering. If you do not agree to this, please reach out to Josie Middleton (j.middleton@tenthrevolution.com).

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