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At Lenovo, our commitment to a diverse and inclusive culture creates positive change in the communities where we live and work. We’re grateful for the charitable partners who share our purpose and help us make a difference.
Learn more about our commitment to diversity and inclusion in the community through The Lenovo Foundation
Lenovo recognizes the importance of supplier diversity and is committed to ensuring that it is an integral part of our strategic sourcing and procurement processes. We believe that the success of the organization and society depends on enabling Diverse Business Enterprises (DBE) to share in economic growth. Our commitment is to maximize DBE participation through the development of mutually beneficial business relationships with these firms.
Our Supplier Diversity Program helps our business by influencing and increasing our customer base, promoting innovation, and protecting sales. We also recognize that it supports diverse suppliers by creating inclusive and decent employment for all, which enables sustainable economic growth and produces leaders within our communities.
In the U.S., Lenovo partners with a variety of national and regional organizations such as the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC), the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (UHSCC), as well as other local Chambers of Commerce. Though these organizations, Lenovo also participates in national, regional, and local events aimed at promoting and creating opportunities for diverse suppliers.
of our source able spend is with diverse and small businesses
Spending with small and diverse suppliers
We continue to grow our spend with diverse suppliers
YOY increase in spend in each category
Small Business Spend
Women Owned Business Spend
Minority Owned Business Spend
Veteran Owned Business Spend
“Supplier Diversity has evolved from the thought process that it is a feel-good program or the right thing to do. Today Supplier Diversity provides substantial cost savings to procurement and gives Lenovo a stronger position when we compete for new sales opportunities.”
Jonathan Wilkins, Program Manager, Supplier Diversity, Lenovo
Lenovo’s Supplier Diversity Program Manager, Jonathan Wilkins
Lenovo’s Accessibility and Inclusion Advisor, Haben Girma
In October 2019, Lenovo announced its partnership with disability advocate Haben Girma as the company’s first Accessibility and Inclusion Advisor. Haben’s role as a consulting expert on disability inclusion helps Lenovo to develop accessible, smarter technology products for all, create greater awareness for the disabled community, and promote a more inclusive society. At Lenovo, Haben has consulted with design teams, helped establish new processes and guidelines for the company’s developing Product Diversity Office, and counseled leadership within Lenovo’s newest Employee Resource Group, ‘ABLE’.
To celebrate Women’s History Month, The Female Quotient, in partnership with Lenovo, presents “A Seat At The Table”, an event that not only celebrates the role of women in technology, but explores the future of women in tech, and how to equip women with actionable tools to make their voices heard in the professional technology space.
CES 2021 Spotlight Session: A Future of Meaningful Innovation (Jan 2021)
In this session, Lenovo’s CEO Yuanqing Yang speaks on the importance of small changes to the innovation process. Haben Girma, disability rights advocate and Lenovo accessibility inclusion advisor, gives her perspective on how to create a more meaningful, inclusive digital society that benefits everyone, everywhere.
Lenovo’s Paul Walsh (Chief Digital Officer) and Lenovo Accessibility and Inclusion Adviser, Haben Girma, discuss the importance of considering accessibility in all aspects of design at Ability Net’s TechSharePro event.
Lenovo’s Bev Crair (Vice President of Development and Quality, Data Center Group) joins the panel for “All Jobs are STEM Jobs: Technology, education, and human potential” at the 2019 Women’s Forum Global Meeting.
Kartik Sawhney, co-founder of Inclusive Stem, is Lenovo’s 2019 One Young World ambassador. Selected as a guest speaker for the 2019 One Young World Education Plenary, Kartik shares his vision for education and the skills needed for designing a better future.