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Corporate Support for Marriage Equality Grows

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Several high-profile corporations have signed a letter of support for marriage equality.

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The companies include Qantas, PricewaterhouseCoopers, SBS and Football Federation Australia.

Not for profit organisation the Diversity Council of Australia, which provides advice to over 250 organisations, encouraged corporations to show their support for marriage equality.

DCA’s CEO Lisa Annese said:

“The business benefits of marriage equality to corporate Australia go beyond just the significant financial gains. Marriage equality will truly cement workplace fairness and inclusion for the LGBTI community.”

“We are proud to partner with Australian Marriage Equality and will be doing all we can to promote the benefits of marriage equality.”

Rodney Croome, national director of Australian Marriage Equality said he hopes that more support will grow.

“It’s great that Diversity Council Australia is on board with marriage equality because the organisation brings with it an immense experience and expertise when it comes to encouraging corporate support for equity and inclusion.”

“Several high-profile businesses have already signed a letter of support for marriage equality, including Qantas, Football Federation Australia, Price Waterhouse Coopers, and we are looking forward to many more joining them.”

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