Over half of new clients are mid-sized businesses, indicating the growing demand for the company’s corporate purpose solutions across a wide spectrum of companies
CALGARY, Alberta, September 28, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Benevity, Inc., the leading provider of global corporate purpose software, has announced the addition of nearly 100 companies to its global client community between January and September of 2021. For the first time, medium-sized businesses make up more than half, almost 60 percent, of new clients adopting Benevity’s software and services.
by Vlad Rozanovich, President of North America ISO, Lenovo
We have all been told that when you shop local, you are enriching towns, neighborhoods, and cities — and the people who live in those communities. But to me, supporting local small businesses is more than that.
It’s about fostering a sense of identity and belonging, giving recognition to the authenticity and resilience of local entrepreneurs who are the backbone of our communities. It’s bringing prosperity to the people who, even in the most challenging times, have been there to give you a meal, a haircut, a class, or exceptional service.
by Carissa Cabrera, Founder of Conservationist Collective & Lenovo Innovator
In March 2020, I vividly remember sitting in my room in Hawai’i after being advised by our governor to stay home and stay safe from the threat of COVID-19. At the time, I was working as a manager at a local marine animal rescue, dedicated to preserving Hawaiian monk seals, sea turtles, and seabirds. My mind immediately started racing and I was left wondering, what would this mean for our animals and volunteers? How could our programs go virtual as soon as possible to support our teachers? What did this mean for people like me?
by Dr. Maricela Becerra, College Professor & Lenovo Innovator
When the pandemic hit, I was given 15 hours to transition my in-person classes into an online platform. I don’t think many of us educators thought we would survive virtual learning/teaching at first, myself included. But the last year and a half has shown us that anything is possible with the right technology.
Company Charts Course for a More Sustainable Future through Environmental, Social and Governance Operations
In addition to 2030 Science-Based targets, Lenovo will remove one million tons of Green House Gas emissions from its supply chain by FY 2025/26.
By FY 2025/26 100 percent of PC products will contain post-consumer recycled materials.
After meeting its 2020 Diversity and Inclusion representation goals, Lenovo has created new representation goals for FY 2025/26, targeting representation for women and U.S. under-represented minority executives.
NAF high school students Lydia O. and Lindsay T. care deeply about inclusiveness in public health. These two young women noticed a lack of health education centered around communities and schools in the US facing under investment. In an effort to provide easy-to-access resources on mental and sexual health for LGBTQ+ and people of color, the two developed the Destigmatizing Healthcare mobile phone application.
September 2021 marks Lenovo’s fifth annual Love on Global Month of Service, inviting employees in 66 countries around the world to make a positive impact in their communities, in alignment with Lenovo Foundation’s mission to empower underrepresented populations with access to technology and STEM education. After transitioning the event to a virtual context in 2020 due to Covid-19, employees found new ways to connect and volunteer with their colleagues and communities near and far.
LONDON and RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C., October 25, 2021 – DXC Technology (NYSE: DXC) and Lenovo recently announced a collaboration with visionary robotics scientist Dr. Peter Scott-Morgan and his philanthropic foundation to develop ambitious assistive technology solutions by integrating the latest hardware, software, and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies to empower people with disabilities, illnesses, and other challenging conditions.
At Lenovo, our vision is to provide smarter technology that builds a brighter, more sustainable future for our customers, colleagues, communities, and the planet. Today, with the publication of our 2020/21 Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Report, we reflect on our fifteenth year of sustainability efforts, acknowledge the progress we’ve made, and outline how we are moving forward.