How well is your brand performing in its commitment to diversity? Wouldn’t you like to know? Well, say hello to the Brand Inclusivity Performance Index. Find out how your brand stacks up against competitors plus discover how your brand can have strong, meaningful connections among today’s diverse consumers.

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Nestle, African Pride, Fashion Fair


BIPI SCORE 121-140

Tropicana, Hollister, Grupo Bimbo

Pretty Good

BIPI SCORE 100-120

Betty Crocker, Forever 21, Target

Getting There


JCPenney, Starbucks, Wells Fargo

Falling Behind


Kraft Heinz, RaceTrac, Schlotzsky’s

Room for Improvement


Winston, Amica, Vrbo

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BIPI scoring is refreshed annually based on the release of updated data inputs.

Brand Selection and Classification

The brands available in our BIPI scoring tool have been initially based on those available through syndicated U.S. data sources, including MRI and Simmons. Both available primary parent brands and their associated sub-brands have been included in the assessment.

Diversity Data Inputs 

MRI/Simmons data was used to analyze and determine the estimated multicultural composition of an available brand’s current consumer base, which included an assessment of White non-Hispanics, Black/African non-Hispanics, Other non-Hispanics, and Hispanics.

Seven additional data inputs for applicable brands were also included in the analysis, which were focused on at least one of the 6 primary considerations listed above. Data sources include:

  1. MRI Brand survey data – contains consumer data
  2. AIMM Members – member companies
  3. CIIM – list of companies running cultural campaigns
  4. Refinitiv – list of diversity and inclusion top 100 most diverse and inclusive companies
  5. Nielsen black marketers – D&I companies
  6. Culture Marketing Council – list of companies that have a dedicated Hispanic agency partner
  7. Dun and Bradstreet data
  8. Forbes – America’s Best Employer for Diversity


Our team of data scientists developed a customized algorithm to provide a scoring system for each featured brand, which was based on data analysis that was weighted and valued. Brands were first sorted and grouped by Total Audience* (MRI/Simmons) and Sales Volume (Dun & Bradstreet) and divided into four “quartiles” based on their audience size and annual sales volume to ensure that the efforts of smaller brands were equally represented against larger, more established brands. Each quartile contains approximately 25% of the total records and maintains the parameters outlined below. Note that the quartile thresholds delineated may be updated as new brands are added to the list.
  1. Small: The first quartile contains brands that have the lowest audience sizes, which included those with less than 1,247. If an audience member was missing, sales volume was evaluated and included those brands with the lowest sales volume, including anything less than $182,104.
  2. Below-Mid: The second quartile includes brands than maintain an audience size between 1,246 and 3,865. In absence of audience size, sales volume was evaluated and included those brands that reported between $182,104 and $529,314.
  3. Mid: The third quartile includes brands that maintain an audience size between 3,865 and 11,171. In absence of audience size, branded included in this quartile had to maintain a sales volume between $529,314 and $2,301,006.
  4. Large: The fourth quartile includes those brands with the highest audience size (above 11,171) or highest sales volume (above $2,301,006).
Using MRI data, we then looked at the reported percentages of White non-Hispanics, Black/African American non-Hispanics, Asian non-Hispanics, Other non-Hispanics, and Hispanics.
Assuming that White non-Hispanics comprise about 60% of the U.S. population and all other races/ethnicities make up an estimated 40% (based on U.S. Census data), we then calculated a Multicultural User Index.
For instance, the multicultural audience for Colgate is estimated to be 48%. Seeing that the overall multicultural population of the U.S. is 40%, the Multicultural User Index was derived as: (48%/40%)*100 = 121.
Once a Multicultural User Index was determined, additional data sources from organizations such as AIMM, CIIM, Nielsen, and CMC were used as indicators for how invested a brand may be in diversity efforts. If a brand was included in these additional data sources, they were rated as having a “1” and if not included in the database lists, they were given a “0.” These additional inputs were summed and added to the Media Multicultural Index to each brand as follows:
  1. If all indicators were 0, then 70.
  2. If the sum of indicators was less than or equal to 2, then 100 (used as the base).
  3. If the sum was above 2, then 130.
The final ranking input included Forbes magazine’s ranking of the best U.S. companies for diversity. Brands were weighted as follows based on the Forbes ranking:
  1. If the brand was listed in the Forbes top 500, then 130.
  2. If the brand was not ranked, then 70.
Lastly, we gave 20% weightage to media indicators, 30% to Forbes indices and 50% weightage to the MRI brand survey to come up with the final weightage of the brand.
In summary, the calculations include the following:

Multicultural User Index*0.5 + Forbes Index*0.3 + Media Multicultural Index*0.2

If the final score was greater than 100, then brands were found to be more multicultural and assigned an index score accordingly.
*Total Audience – We aggregated total audience of sub brands in Main brand, there could be a chance of customer overlap.


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