Karolina Pelc Nominated at National Diversity Awards in UK

Experienced igaming executive Karolina Pelc has been nominated in the Entrepreneur of Excellence category at the UK National Diversity Awards 2021.

Pelc worked in a wide range of high-profile roles at companies including LeoVegas, Betsson Group and Scientific Games before recently launching her own gaming business, SharedPlay, having successfully raised seven-figure backing from a range of investors.

This year’s National Diversity Awards ceremony will be held at Liverpool Anglican Cathedral on 4th February, 2022. The prestigious event will recognise nominees in their respective fields of diversity including age, disability, gender, race, faith, religion and sexual orientation.

Commenting on her nomination, Pelc said: “I am humbled to have been recognised in the Entrepreneur category at the National Diversity Awards.

“Throughout my career, I have sought to promote gender diversity and inclusion at every turn. As the female founder of a tech start-up, I have experienced many of the challenges that all entrepreneurs face but I was fortunate to find myself in an environment where gender needn’t be a barrier to success.

“I’d hope that is the case for other female entrepreneurs and that by being transparent about my journey from the early days, I might provide some much-needed encouragement to others. Indeed, through a variety of projects and collaborations, I have learned that embracing diversity is the key to unlocking true entrepreneurial spirit,” said Pelc.

ITV News will be working in association with the National Diversity Awards to highlight role models and community organisations on regional and national news channels.

Rachel Corp, Acting Editor, ITV News, said; “We are pleased that ITV News will once again be supporting the National Diversity Awards. ITV News remains committed to telling the stories of those who, through their work and dedication to helping others, have made a difference, enhancing equality, diversity and inclusion in our society.”

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