- Voting is now open for the Amazon Small Business Awards
- Amazon recognised by engineering students as Most Attractive Employer in e-commerce 2019
- Amazon tops Opinium’s Most Connected Brands Index for second consecutive year
- Looking for general information about health? Learn from the NHS website with Alexa
- 5 female tech superstars working at Amazon
Opinium’s survey of thousands of consumers analysed a range of metrics to identify the brands that matter most to consumers – and Amazon came out top for the second year running.
Amazon Future Engineer has launched in the UK with a goal to help children and young adults from low-income backgrounds build careers in computer science.
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In September, Amazon goes gold to raise childhood cancer awareness. Its partnership with Children’s Cancer and Leukaemia Group will help fund innovative research projects.
Amazon has partnered with Enterprise Nation to launch Clicks and Mortar, a new programme to help small businesses grow on both the high street and online.
The program continues Amazon’s long-time commitment of empowering employees to pursue career aspirations
AWS re/Start is a training and job placement programme from Amazon Web Services (AWS) educating learners with little or no technology experience on software development and cloud computing.
Glassdoor, one of the world’s largest job and recruiting sites, published its inaugural report today on the UK’s most in-demand employers, with Amazon topping the ranking.
Last year we celebrated our 20th anniversary in the UK, and we thought now would be a good moment to step back and reflect on what our overall economic contribution has been to the UK over that time. We’re sharing a snapshot of our job creation, tax contributions, and broader economic impact in the UK, including economic analysis that builds on our regular reporting cycle to go deeper than usual and provide a better understanding of our business and how we support the communities where we operate.
Amazon has expanded its apprenticeship offer in the UK. Thanks to a blend of theoretical and hands-on learning, apprentices like Nicola, Kirsty and Jake are shaping their future careers.
Safety Manager at Amazon's Fulfilment Centre in Tilbury, Diego Sabella, shares his story of working at Amazon.