I Intensified My Research on Various Speakers, Looking at More Female Speakers and Speakers of Color While Traveling for Other Events, and Started to Open Up and Talk More About These Issues With Members of the Cmi Team. We Could No Longer Rely Solely on Voluntary Speaker Submissions (70% of Speaker Submissions Are From Men…surprise, Surprise).
Here Are the Numbers for 2016:86 Men (55%)70 Women (45%)14 People of Color (9%)after Adding Sponsor Speakers (Speakers Selected by the Session Sponsor), the Jamaica Phone Number List Final Numbers Were: 110 Men (57%)83 Women (43%)15 People of Color (7.7%)was It Better? Yes Absolutely. It Was Good? Not Good Enough.at the Same Time, We Conducted Competitive Stakeholder Analysis at
Three Major Independent Marketing Events. Here Is What We Found: Event 1: 64% Male; 7.4% People of Colorevent 2: 67% Male; 4.4% People of Colorevent 3: 72% Male; 10.5% People of Colorthe Problem Was (and Is) Endemic.what Are We Doing About It?two Weeks After Content Marketing World 2016, Robert Rose and I Discussed the Issue on Our This Old Marketing