Lenovo announced it was highlighted as one of the companies that had made the most progress in its year-on-year score in the Workplace Pride Global Benchmark. The annual benchmark was designed to measure the LGBTIQ+ policies and practices for international employers, and this is the second consecutive year Lenovo has participated in the external audit.
Technology brand Lenovo, together with fashion designer and conscious luxury pioneer, Stella McCartney, crowned Central Saint Martins’ MA Design Ceramics, Furniture or Jewellery student, Peter Nasielski, the overall winner of their sustainable design competition for his innovative eyewear design, made from regenerative algae seaweed.
Today, Lenovo published its annual ESG Report, sharing its efforts in ESG areas to create a smarter, more sustainable future for all
Lenovo has joined with other corporate stakeholders to pool US$1 million in a new STEM fund initiated by the Micron Foundation and managed by AVPN, the world’s largest network of social investors in Asia
For the 285 million people who are visually impaired across the world, technology can be hugely inaccessible. From the keyboards we type on, to the screens we look at and the game consoles we play on, visualisation is normally at the heart of technology. As part of our mission to create smarter technology for all, […]
To mark International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia (IDAHOBIT), Lenovo has signed the Declaration of Amsterdam, confirming its commitment to fostering an inclusive workplace for its LGBTIQ+ employees.
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