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Lenovo invites users to work from one of the most remote places in the world

Lenovo launches the initiative, in collaboration with Island Conservation and the Robinson Crusoe Island community Work for Humankind. The project aims to send volunteers from around the world to contribute to the well-being of the local community, working from one of the most remote offices in the world using Lenovo technology.

Lenovo introduces Work for Humankind initiative

Volunteers who want to participate in the project Work for Humankind di Lenovo they will be selected on the basis of skills, background and specializations. The selected will have the opportunity to spend a period onRobinson Crusoe island to help prevent the extinction of endangered species and support the local community.

At the same time, volunteers selected for the Work for Humankind project will be able to continue do your job remotely. Lenovo is looking for a state-of-the-art technology hub with a range of devices, services and solutions from the company’s Intelligent Devices Group for the occasion.

The island will rely on high speed internet connectivity. The project involves the development of an infrastructure to increase the Internet bandwidth to at least 10 Mbps. To find out all the details relating to the initiative and to submit your application (there is time until December 30, 2021) you can visit the dedicated website.

Lenovo also made a global study showing how four out of five people between the ages of 18 and 40 underline how working from anywhere is beneficial for society, the community, employers and employees. According to 91% of Millennials, it is important to stimulate the local economy in a “Work from Anywhere” way.

Lenovo’s comment

Emily Ketchen, Vice President e CMO Intelligent Devices Group, Lenovo, commented: “To achieve certain goals, we need to approach a new way of working, relying on technology. 79% of respondents believe that technology and leading companies in this sector are instrumental in enabling people to work from anywhere. Companies like Lenovo are tasked with driving this change. This is why we thought of Work for Humankind, to bring attention to the importance of individual well-being and that of our communities, showing how technology can help us achieve both ”.

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