Pronet announced today that it commits to sponsoring the All-in Diversity Project’s social campaign #OpenDoors. Consequently, the company became the leading corporate sponsor for the social media campaign.
Pronet Commits to Funding a New Scholarship
Leading casino and sportsbook software provider, Pronet Gaming, announced today that it became a leading corporate sponsor of the social media campaign #OpenDoors by the All-in Diversity Project. By becoming a leading sponsor, the company commits to contributing to a new scholarship fund.
Furthermore, by supporting the AIDP, the company reinforces the project’s ongoing effort for benchmark equality, diversity, and inclusion within both betting and gaming sectors. The social media campaign aims to acknowledge that “careers are shaped by the help of others“. Furthermore, the campaign aims to “help by opening the door” for people who might need it.
Being among the sponsors of the campaign, Pronet is going to fund “at least two scholarships for leaders from under-represented groups for the University of Nevada, Las Vegas International Gaming Institute and University of Nevada, Reno College of Business and Extended Studies’ Executive Development Programme“.
The People Are Pronet’s Most Powerful and Respected Asset
In a statement, Pronet’s leading HR, Sunkiran Boyal, shared his excitement about the sponsorship. Additionally, he outlined that Pronet believes that the people are the most powerful and respected asset. Furthermore, Boyal added that the company is proud to value diversity and encourage cultural collaboration.
“We believe our most powerful and respected asset to be our people.”Sunkiran Boyal, Pronet Gaming
According to him, this brings together people with different experiences, social backgrounds, and beliefs that all share a similar vision for success. Furthermore, Boyal deemed Pronet’s ability to support the All-In Diversity Project’s #OpenDoors campaign as a “genuine pleasure“. In conclusion, he said that being able to help a champion is something that Pronet had to get involved in.