Webber Phillips is a UK consultancy business founded by Richard Webber and Trevor Phillips in 2014. It is the distributor of Origins software and services for the UK.
Richard Webber is the originator of the postcode classification systems Acorn and Mosaic and is a former Director of Experian. He is currently a visiting professor at the University of Newcastle. He is a fellow of the Market Research Society and the Institute of Direct Marketing. Richard leads on analysis for Webber Phillips.
Trevor Phillips is a writer and broadcaster. He is the former Chair of the UK Equality and Human Rights Commission. He is currently President of the Partnership Council of the John Lewis Partnership, Chair of the Workers’ Educational Association and Deputy Chair of the Board of the National Equality Standard. Trevor leads on interpretation for Webber Phillips.
Webber Phillips works in the UK with the three major political parties, the largest grocery retailer, numerous local government authorities and police forces, a major international cosmetics brand and a globally recognised football organisation. for more information, please contact as follows:
A small number of specialist multicultural agencies advise a range of companies about culturally-relevant marketing activities. OriginsInfo’s preferred partner is MultiConnexions which is expert across various dimensions of multicultural marketing – including strategic and creative development, media planning and placement, language services and translations, media and public relations, event sponsorship and community initiatives. In addition, the MultiConnexions free newsletter highlights the latest in multicultural marketing.
Greater Data is an innovative and creative data agency that listens to clients needs and curates solutions to meet their needs. OriginsInfo supports Greater Data in delivering market-leading approaches to provide actionable insight about the cultural dimensions of their clients’ businesses.
Diversity Council Australia
OriginsInfo partnered with Diversity Council Australia on an exciting project to analyse the cultural diversity of business leaders among the ASX200 companies.
Diversity Council Australia is the only independent, not-for-profit workplace diversity advisor to business in Australia. DCA offers a unique knowledge bank of research, practice and expertise across diversity dimensions developed over more than 25 years of operation. In partnership with members, its mission is to:
- Lead debate on diversity in the public arena;
- Develop and promote the latest diversity research, thinking and practice; and
- Deliver innovative diversity practice resources and services to enable our members to drive business improvement.
DCA is at the forefront of the latest thinking and practice on cultural diversity and on building cultural capability in Australian business. For more information on DCA’s ground-breaking Capitalising on Culture research exploring cultural diversity on Australia’s boards , visit dca.org.au/capitalisingonculture.
DCA has over 200 members, many of which are Australia’s business diversity leaders and biggest employers. Regardless of whether an organisation is just commencing its diversity strategic planning or is well advanced and looking for new frontiers in diversity thinking, membership of DCA will provide many benefits. For more information about becoming a DCA member, visit www.dca.org.au.
OriginsInfo was proud to partner with DCA on its Capitalising on Culture research. Read the report.