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Amazon and Diageo cited as being Best Workplaces for Innovators

Amazon and Diageo cited as being Best Workplaces for Innovators

 July 30, 2020

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"Now more than ever, businesses of every kind, from every industry, must innovate to survive and thrive," says Fast Company, that runs the annual Top 100 Best Workplaces for Innovators list. "Our second annual list of the Best Workplaces for Innovators, created in collaboration with Accenture, identifies which companies are encouraging bold experimentation, not just from the C-suite or engineering groups but from every level of the organization.

Leading innovative companies Amazon and Diageo North America have been cited as TOP 20 employers when it comes to great places to work if you're a top innovator. 

Find out why Amazon is so innovative

From Amazon's focus on Artificial intelligence to Robotics through to their highly innovative culture - read about their key innovative activity and achievements

Learn how Diageo is innovating across industry

From creating the world’s first ever 100% plastic free paper-based spirits bottle made entirely from sustainably sourced wood - to their £6.4 million laboratory for teams working on science, technology and innovation projects across the drinks industry supply chain - Diageo is well known as a highly innovative company.

Diversity fuels innovation

In both these two leading companies, Amazon and Diageo, the talent and participation of women is a key priority.

Having a highly engaged, diverse and inclusive workforce matters.

Diversity is part of their competitive advantage. 

Work for an innovative employer

Fancy and exciting and challenging career where quality of thought is highly valued?

Search for jobs with prime employers for women who are always looking for top female talent when it comes to innovation and creativity.


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