myGwork, the largest global LGBTQ+ business platform often dubbed the Pink LinkedIn, is thrilled to announce its 10th anniversary, which will be commemorated during its annual WorkPride conference, taking place from 17-21 June. 

For the past decade, myGwork has been at the forefront of empowering and accelerating LGBTQ+ inclusion within workplaces. The upcoming five-day WorkPride conference not only marks a celebration of this milestone, but also serves as a pivotal moment for myGwork’s co-founders Adrien and Pierre Gaubert to unveil their vision for the next decade. They will reveal new plans to eradicate workplace discrimination and ensure that everyone can work authentically and get ahead in their careers.   

Some of myGwork’s key celebratory milestones over the last decade include recent investments exceeding £3 million which have helped myGwork to double the global team to over 40 employees and expand internationally, as well as launch the award-winning myGwork Academy, offering practical and innovative DEI training to support workplace inclusion efforts. Other notable achievements include:  

  •  Empowering and accelerating LGBTQ+ inclusion for more than 350 partners, including FTSE 100 companies, and assisting them in attracting and retaining LGBTQ+ talent, while simultaneously enhancing their employer brand visibility.  
  • Receiving an impressive average of over 230,000 job applications per month, showcasing the tangible impact of our platform in connecting talent with inclusive opportunities.  
  • A global readership exceeding 2 million, alongside fostering an engaged professional networking community of over half a million members. Comprising LGBTQ+ professionals, graduates, and allies, myGwork serves as a hub for making connections, career advancement opportunities, and access to invaluable resources.  
  • Spearheading initiatives such as WorkPride, a flagship five-day global conference held during Pride month, and WorkFair, the largest virtual careers fair connecting LGBTQ+ graduates and students with inclusive employers – with both events attracting thousands of participants from around the world.  
  • Hosting regular monthly panels addressing key DEI topics and careers-related workshops, drawing hundreds of attendees each month, as well as fostering dialogue and learning around topical workplace and community issues for the LGBTQ+ community.  
  • Earning nominations for prestigious accolades such as the upcoming National Diversity Awards 2024, alongside securing multiple awards in the tech and DEI space over the past decade, highlighting myGwork’s dedication to both workplace inclusion and tech innovation (full details below).  


“As we celebrate a decade of myGwork, we are immensely proud of the strides we have made in advancing LGBTQ+ inclusion within workplaces globally. Our journey has been marked by profound moments of progress and meaningful collaborations thanks to our corporate and community partners, all of which have contributed to creating environments where authenticity is celebrated and diversity thrives,” stated myGwork’s co-founders Adrien and Pierre Gaubert. “As we embark on the next chapter, our commitment to creating discrimination-free workplaces remains unwavering. Together, we will continue to champion inclusivity, empower allies, and pave the way for a future where everyone can work with pride, regardless of how they identify.”   

Once again, myGwork’s WorkPride conference promises to be a dynamic platform for dialogue, learning, and collaboration. LGBTQ+ professionals and allies, as well as inclusive employers, will come together to shape the future of workplace inclusion. “Join us as we celebrate a decade of myGwork’s impact and collectively chart the course for the next era of LGBTQ+ inclusion in the workplace,” added Adrien and Pierre Gaubert.  

Headline sponsored by, WorkPride will once again unite thousands of virtual attendees worldwide to exchange best practices and strategies for cultivating inclusive work environments that honour all sexual orientations, gender identities, and expressions.  

Commenting on their support for myGwork and WorkPride, stated: “ wholeheartedly supports myGwork because fostering inclusivity means embracing all facets of diversity. By standing with myGwork, we affirm our commitment to creating a workplace where everyone feels valued, respected, and empowered to bring their authentic selves to the table.”  

myGwork knows that training and awareness-raising are imperative to bias-free workplaces, therefore myGwork is proud to offer the first 500 sign-ups to WorkPride complimentary access to its award-winning allyship course from the myGwork Academy. Launched last year, the myGwork Academy provides practical and relevant training and education to help create inclusive environments for all.

For more information about WorkPride and register, click here.  


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