Celebrating diversity and inclusivity at Unruly

One of the things we care about at Unruly is encouraging diversity across the business.

Recently, inspiring Unrulies Sarah Young and Hannah Mackaness were approached by Sky and asked to do an interview on what it’s like to work somewhere where diversity and inclusivity are celebrated.

The pair loved the conversation that spurred from the interview, and asked if they could re-film it so that it could be made available for anyone to watch.

During the video the pair speak about the ProDev teams approach to diversity and inclusivity. They also speak about the changes they put in place that allowed the team to double the amount of women working in it.

The pair also talk about the journeys that brought them both into ProDev, and the impact that support for inter-team transitions has had on the team as a whole. 

Pop your headphones in, sit back, and find out more about the amazing Unruly ProDev team…

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It’s no secret the tech sector has a diversity problem. At Unruly, 48% of our workforce is female, but, unfortunately, we are the exception rather than the rule.

According to stats from DotEveryone, women occupy only 17% of tech jobs, and fewer than 10% of these women are in leadership positions.


Unruly opened its doors to the Cherie Blair Foundation For Women last night, emphasising their work helping women worldwide develop vital business skills.

The foundation released its annual report on Wednesday, which outlined the great work it does in countries like Rwanda and Lebanon and stressed the power of technology as a tool for entrepreneurs.


Unruly is proud to announce that co-founder Sarah Wood has been nominated for the Veuve Clicquot Business Woman Award, dubbed the Oscars of female entrepreneurs and business leaders in the UK.

Sarah was announced as a finalist yesterday to coincide with International Women’s Day. The other two women shortlisted for the prestigious award, which celebrates entrepreneurial women who have made significant contributions to business life in the UK, are make-up brand creator Charlotte Tilbury and Trainline’s Clare Gilmartin.