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Unique in diversity — innovative ideas producing practical results

Focus Consultancy is the leading multi-ethnic and inter-disciplinary consultancy in Europe. Established in 1986, Focus specialises in the area of change management within multicultural settings and marketplaces, and is uniquely competent where cultural diversity presents a special challenge.

With offices in London, Wiltshire and Brussels, our multi-disciplinary team of consultants use their skill, experience and sensitivity to provide services that cover the whole of the equal opportunities agenda — age, disability, faith, gender, race and sexual orientation.

The application of Focus's expertise and 21st-century vision to the specific issues and concerns of our clients ensures that Focus solutions are effective solutions, providing innovative ideas that produce practical results.

20 Years

Focus Consultancy is leading two consortia in contracts recently won from the European Commission. 'Activities promoting the business case for diversity' aims to place diversity management firmly on the strategic business agenda of European companies and business schools, among not only multinational companies but also SMEs across the EU. The project will also help develop the diversity agenda as a whole, broadening it beyond the HR department and into companies' product development, marketing, IT and purchasing departments, as well as find online casinos here establishing it on the curricula of business schools throughout the EU. The second project - 'Exchange of Good Practices on Gender Equality Issues in the EU' - aims to assist the launch and implementation of a series of exchange of good practices on gender equality, with a view to facilitating the exchange of information on gender equality issues and transferability of good practices among EU countries.

Making space for faith

According to Focus's recent research for NEAFE (the National Ecumenical Agency in Further Education), more than three-quarters of students in further education think that colleges should make provision for people's faith needs. For more details, see the Guardian's report at