Inclusio, a diversity and inclusion platform developer has announced to triple its workforce by creating 80 new jobs. Moreover, the company has managed to raise over €6m.

€6.2m investment

Sandra Healy founded Inclusion in 2020. The company provides organizations with the ability to monitor diversity data. Moreover, it provides support to track and report culture metrics linked to business KPIs. It combines technology, behavioral science and psychology to provide a scientific approach to workplace diversity and inclusion. Some of its key customers include Sodexo, RSA Insurance Ireland,, FBD Insurance, the Public Appointments Service and Teagasc. Recently, the company managed to receive funding €6.2m in funding in a round led by Elkstone. Moreover, they have the backing from Atlantic Bridge, Enterprise Ireland, and Oyster Capital.

“Our software helps organizations pinpoint and focus diversity and inclusion actions in a more strategic way. This funding and jobs boost will further help us on our journey of scaling our team and offering our knowledge and expertise to ensure companies can get diversity and inclusion right and ensure that it’s not a tick-box exercise.” Sandra Healy, CEO and Founder of inclusion said in her statement.

New jobs in sales, technology and marketing

Furthermore, the funding will support creation of 80 new jobs in Ireland over the period of next two years. Currently, Inclusion has an active workforce of 35 employees. Whereas, the addition of new jobs will almost triple its existing employee strength. Moreover, the inclusion company will offer new these new jobs in technology, sales and marketing.

Delight from Irish government

Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Simon Coveney hailed the growth which company is witnessing. Moreover, he stated that these new jobs highlight the innovation at the core of the Irish start-up sector. “Diversity, inclusion, dignity and respect in the workplace are core elements with which this Government wants to continue to build our economy. Inclusio is championing this and will play a leadership role in offering employers tangible technological solutions in this space going forward.” Simon Coveney added to his statement.

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