Publicis Groupe Releases U.S. Diversity Data, Outlines 7 Actions

Agency holding company pledges $50 million toward inclusion and social justice

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Publicis Groupe became the latest holding company to share its U.S. diversity data today.

The numbers were announced in an internal memo from Pubicis Groupe CEO Arthur Sadoun, which outlined seven steps that the holding company is taking to improve diversity, inclusion and equity, including an investment of 45 million euros ($50.7 million) in D&I efforts and social justice over three years.

In the U.S., where nearly 21,000 Publicis employees have self-reported their ethnicity, 5.4% of its workforce is Black.

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