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DiversityInc is the dominant “diversity” publication with more web traffic and social media reach than Black Enterprise, Working Mother, Hispanic Business, Diversity Executive, Diversity Journal and Diversity Woman. We publish two websites, www.DiversityInc.com and our by-subscription management website, BestPractices.DiversityInc.com. We also publish DiversityInc magazine four times a year; aside from our paid subscribers, the magazine is sent to the C-suites of companies with more than 5,000 employees.

We produce two diversity events every year — the DiversityInc Top 50 announcement in the spring and a recruitment and special awards event in the fall. Our spring event draws nearly 1,000 guests from more than 150 companies.

The core of DiversityInc is The DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity competition. Now in its 17th year, more than 1,800 companies participated in 2016. It is a metrics-driven evaluation that is independent of business done with our company. We have spent millions of dollars incorporating our methodology into SAS and can positively correlate best practices, like senior-executive accountability, diversity councils, resource groups and mentoring with specific results as expressed by human-capital and supplier-diversity results. Our Benchmarking product can guide a company with absolute precision to a plan that will produce results when executed. We have more than 60 Benchmarking clients; almost all renew every year.

DiversityInc’s CEO and owner is Luke Visconti. He directs all editorial and business operations of the publication, as well as events and the consulting practice. His column, Ask the White Guy, is a top draw.