Changing the black narrative
BYP Network is the partner of choice for hundreds of organisations looking to genuinely diversify their talent pools by tapping into the Black professional community. With 150k members, 50+ events a year and hundreds of mentorship opportunities, we are the place to go for all things Black professional. Through our products and services, we enable companies to enhance their brand as an employer of choice to the Black community and hire from a talent pool that has previously been difficult to reach.
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Bringing together healthcare professionals in our community as we hear about ways to lead within profession and avenues to entrepreneurship. About this event Join us
BY-Peers HR presents a conversation on proximity bias and how to address it. About this event Remote and hybrid work is no longer just a
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Connecting Black Professionals
To each other, job opportunities, black businesses and events
BYP Network is a platform with tens of thousands of members across the globe and we provide a social network, professional development blogs, leadership podcasts and events as well as newsletters.
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We want to ensure that there is a future where black people can see themselves represented in all industries.
BYP Network aims to harness and elevate the status of the Black professional, shatter misconceptions of the Black narrative and promote equity in the professional sphere.
“Never work hard, always strive to work smarter”. Earlier in my career I assumed the more hours you put in working yourself to the ground the more credit you would receive for all the efforts you put it, but that simply isn’t true at all. To my detriment it meant that I was sacrificing my mental and physical health and it never accounted to greater overall success. It’s important to understand the why behind what you do because it gives you more perspective, which should lead to better discernment.
Young Black employees in the UK continue to face racism and workplace barriers despite the popularity and reach of the Black Lives Matter movement.
To prioritise diversity and inclusion, designer brands, tastemakers and stakeholders recognise Black voices in the industry. These four designers are challenging the status quo with fresh, innovative designs that actively shape the future of fashion.
We help organisations to ATTRACT, ENGAGE, RECRUIT and RETAIN Black Talent from our network
of over 50,000 Black professionals.