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Konica Minolta Australia Managing Director, Dr David Cooke, is part of a group of eminent Australian business leaders that have come together behind a public CEO Statement of Support for the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Konica Minolta has been named a recipient of an Anti-Slavery Australia Freedom Award in recognition of its commitment to helping combat exploitation through corporate social responsibility (CSR) and ethical sourcing.
Konica Minolta has always been deeply committed to gender equality and diversity so we were thrilled to receive a citation from the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) as an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality.
Great products and excellent customer service contribute to business growth but they are not the only way to achieve results and get the upper hand in such competitive markets.
Ethical sourcing is about embedding human rights due diligence into core business.
In recognition of International Human Rights Day on Dec 10, Konica Minolta Australia released its first Human Rights Position Statement.
January 2016 marks the first month of a 15 year journey towards the United Nation’s (UN) newly adopted Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Konica Minolta Australia sees the SDGs as timely and unique opportunity to pursue our agenda of innovation and collaboration.
“We are delighted to welcome Konica Minolta into the Global Compact Network Australia, our first tech company member,” said Alice Cope, Global Compact Network Australia.