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Promoting diversity & inclusion
to transform the construction industry


Advance the industry by promoting a diverse workforce

Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) policies in organisations boost business. Research has confirmed that eliminating discrimination against female workers can increase productivity by up to 40%.

The Women in Construction Forum, in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goals, Goal 5, aim to highlight the positive socioeconomic impact a gender balanced workforce has by putting in the spotlight female professionals that excel in their role and companies that have a proven track record of implementing positive change to push the industry forward in equality and representation.

Raise awareness of the importance of diversity
Raise awareness of the power
of diversity
- Empower the next generation
Inspire the next generation of construction professionals
Empower the female workforce of the construction industry
Women in Construction Ambassadors

The Women in Construction Ambassador programme is a powerful platform for trailblazers who are transforming the construction industry from within, by promoting diversity and inclusion in the built environment.

Women's Empowerment Principles

Women's Empowerment Principles (WEP) is an initiative by the UN Women, the global champion for gender equality, and the UN Global Compact, the largest sustainability network in the world. It provides seven principles that organisations in all fields can commit to adopt in order to advocate gender balance in the workplace, community and market place.

dmg events is a proud signatory of the Women's Empowerment Principles. Find out about how you can get involved.

2021 Supporting Partners



Sponsorship Enquiries
Farha Arif
Sponsorship Manager

Ambassador Program Enquiries
Maria Kyriazi
Special Events Executive

A detailed set of enhanced health and safety measures to ensure the successful integration of exhibitions and events post-COVID-19.

Note: Admission is free for trade and industry professionals. Visitors under age 18 will not be permitted.