A global leader in partnering with companies to transform and manage their business by harnessing the power of technology. The Group is guided by its purpose of unleashing human energy through technology for an inclusive and sustainable future. It is a responsible and diverse organisation of 270,000 team members in nearly 50 countries. With its strong 50-year heritage and deep industry expertise, Capgemini is trusted by its clients to address the entire breadth of their business needs.

Capgemini is also a responsible company working to ensure that technology and innovation drive sustainable and social development. Named one of the 2021 World’s Most Ethical Companies® by the Ethisphere® Institute for the 9th consecutive year, our ambition is to be recognised as “Architects of Positive Futures” across diversity, digital inclusion, and sustainability. Within our LGBTQ+ community, especially our ERG OUTfront, we aim to breakdown bias to ensure our employees can experience an environment where everyone can be their authentic selves.


Equality is a core value at Salesforce and we believe because businesses can be powerful platforms for change it is our responsibility to further equality for all. More than ever before, creating a culture of equality isn’t just the right thing to do. It is our collective imperative — empowering us to innovate, build deeper connections with our customers, partners, communities, and ultimately to become a better company always guided by our core values.

We are motivated to support the communities we serve where everyone feels empowered to bring their full, authentic selves to work and be successful from anywhere. In the last year Salesforce Australia employees have volunteered 780 hours to causes which advance equality for the LGBTQI+ community.

There is always more work to be done, but together we can build the path to Equality for All.

Australian Taxation Office

When your organisation is twenty thousand-strong like ours, a diverse workforce is a given. And we wouldn’t have it any other way. Our people are the reason the ATO is one of the world’s leading tax and superannuation administrations. Their expertise and integrity lead us forward every single day. So, we celebrate them all, regardless of their orientation, age, gender, abilities, ethnicity or background. We celebrate them for who they are and for the great things we know they will achieve.

We’re immensely proud of our ongoing sponsorship of the Australian LGBTQ Inclusion Awards. Congratulations to everyone involved from every one of us at the Australian Taxation Office.

KPMG Australia

KPMG Australia is proud to be a founding member of Pride in Diversity and to support its efforts in creating workplaces that are inclusive for everyone.

Our culture is made up of our people’s attitudes and behaviours, which reflect our shared values, experiences and aspirations. We are committed to providing an environment which enables everyone to succeed. Our culture influences how we interact with our colleagues, clients and the broader community. We believe our diversity of thought, backgrounds and experiences strengthens relationships and delivers meaningful benefits to our people and clients. It also makes KPMG Australia a vibrant and interesting place to work.

At KPMG Australia we aim to create a feeling of community and belonging through our networks such as Pride@KPMG – our firm’s network for LGBTIQ+ partners, employees and allies. Pride@KPMG is about providing an inclusive space for all our extraordinary people to bring their authentic selves to work, and to b advocates for positive change regarding sexual orientation and gender identity in the workplace and the broader community.

Baker McKenzie

Baker McKenzie believes in creating a firm with individuals from a variety of countries and cultures. This is the only way for Baker McKenzie to remain a strong and truly global law firm.

We are proud to have created a global inclusive culture whereby all individuals, regardless of background, sexual orientation or gender identity and expression, are safe to be themselves at work. This inclusive culture is strongly supported by programs, training, networks, transparent policies and processes, and development opportunities implemented by the firm.

Regardless of what jurisdiction an LGBTQ employee of the firm is located in, Baker McKenzie will always strive to create a safe and inclusive working environment.

Deutsche Bank

Every year the Australian LGBTQ Inclusion Awards increase in participation as more and more organisations likes ours recognise the importance of LGBTQ inclusion in the workplace. And every year the bar continues to be raised as organisations and their networks seek to do more. That’s why we are proud to participate in the Australian Workplace Equality Index to better understand where we can improve. We recognise that we can only create value through building talented and diverse teams and we want to ensure that Deutsche Bank represents a safe and inclusive environment for our employees and our clients.


For more than 110 years, IBM has helped change the way the world works through technology, and a belief that innovation comes from seeking out and inspiring collaboration and acting on issues that matter.

Diversity is a business imperative at IBM, core to our culture, and we strive to create a culture of conscious inclusion and allyship where every IBMer is an upstander—standing up for justice, fighting against bias, and supporting every colleague to be themselves at work.

Even though IBM has a rich heritage in diversity and inclusion, we too are still learning and growing. Our progress requires improvement for where we want to be, as we aim to be the gold standard in good tech, leading positive change in the world.

IBM is proud to be a Foundation Member and Principal Partner of Pride in Diversity and sponsor of the 2021 LGBTQ Inclusion Awards.


SBS exists to promote the understanding and acceptance of cultural diversity in Australia and explores issues and stories from the LGBTIQ+ community across TV, radio and online, as a part of our commitment to promote a more cohesive and inclusive Australian society.

SBS is incredibly proud to be an ACON Media Partner for The Australian LGBTQ Inclusion Awards, celebrating and awarding Australia’s top organisations for LGBTIQ+ Inclusion.

LGBTIQ+ award events are so important to recognise and reward the individuals and networks that have made a significant impact within their workplaces.

Amazon Web Services

At Amazon Web Services, we believe that technology should be built in a way that’s inclusive, accessible and equitable. We have a responsibility to make that happen, because it’s only when barriers are broken, and doors are opened, that we can truly build for everyone.

AWS is committed to having a diverse workforce not just because it allows us to continue driving innovation for our customers, but because it’s also the right thing to do for our employees.

We’re delighted to be the Digital Sponsor of the 2021 Australian LGBTQ Inclusion Awards.