Leuven, 09 December 2019 – allthingsblue, the fast emerging Belgian start-up that provides a digital data-driven platform to bolster diversity in the workplace has been chosen as winner of the Trends Digital Pioneers Awards 2019 in the start-up category.
The third edition of the Digital Pioneers Awards, PwC and PwC Legal, Google and Trends pay tribute to companies that have successfully launched a digital project that is both innovative and cutting-edge, and that has an impact on the company and society as a whole.
The jury stated that allthingsblue is a true digital inspiration for Belgium and far beyond.
“Allthingsblue does not just focus on the technology but on the transformation of an entire business model and their sweet spot in the market.”
The digital pioneer recognition is in line with allthingsblue’s vision; using technology to create an innovative, diverse, and inclusive future. “In the past, I have experienced challenges first hand of how difficult it can be to compose diverse teams in order to create better products”, said Lida Joly, co-founder and CEO of allthingsblue. “In this era of big data, managers in enterprises still struggle to obtain data and insights that can help them to make better decisions on diversity topics”.
Digital innovation does not come just from technology, but also from business model transformation and the creation of new ecosystems empowered by new technologies such as this diversity management tool. Allthingsblue is building an ecosystem of partners that will drive diversity projects throughout organizations.
The jury nominated 21 product solutions and chose three prize winners. In addition to allthingsblue, the jury also selected the mid-size company AVR that visualises machine data in the agricultural sector and Belfius Insurance in the large company category.
To learn more about allthingsblue’s product, mission and vision, visit www.allthingsblue.eu.
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