We are strong supporters of #girlsgonna, an initiative aimed at breaking down stereotypes and closing the gender gap in the STEM industry. With this initiative, we aim to build a more inclusive future where children can be whatever they want to be.
We strive to establish a diverse society and are committed to creating a multicultural and multigenerational environment that welcomes difference. We believe that this diversity not only fosters innovation, but also enables us to better face new challenges.
We propose innovative projects to help all sectors of society—and children in particular—to develop essential digital skills as well as spark their creativity and innovation.
In addition, we hold workshops where young people at risk of dropping out of school are invited to explore and engage with the world of technology.
We are committed to good governance, strong ethics, data security and transparency.
To this end, we promote awareness and offer training in areas such as personal data protection, intellectual property, and competition.
We have a zero tolerance culture against corruption and have implemented extensive precautionary measures to counteract this risk.
We value the contribution of young people, which is why we partner with The Prince’s Trust to help improve their prospects and life skills. Our World of Work days give young people a taste of working life, while our employees act as mentors and have raised over £250,000 for the Trust.