Thanks to employees making Amazon a great place to work, we’re pleased to hear we've taken first place in the 2019 Linkedin Top Companies list in the UK.
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When it comes to company culture, Amazon is barking up the right tree.
Our new head office is part of Amazon’s long-term commitment to the UK, having invested £6.4 billion here since 2010.
We’re launching a new Operations Apprenticeship in our fulfilment centres across the UK.
For three years, Amazon has sponsored Oscar's Book Prize to celebrate the best of children's literature.
Kano is the company behind the computer anyone can make, with simple steps, playful projects, and creative tools for people who want to make technology, not just use it. Kano launched in 2013 and developed with the help of hundreds of young people, artists, and teachers worldwide.
Claire Doherty is one of three women in the UK to be selected for our Amazon Women in Innovation Bursary, which provides funding for up to four years of university as well as access to an Amazon mentor, to encourage women to pursue a STEM career.
In celebration of our fifth year in Dunfermline, this week we welcomed more than 250 children, teachers and parents from local primary schools into our fulfilment centre.
Ramat Tejani grew up in East London, not far from the office where she now works. Brought up to believe passionately in the power of education, she’s one of a team of female ambassadors bringing their desire to “help people be the best version of themselves” to an ambitious new initiative designed to encourage a wider range of voices in tech.
They love coding, experimenting with new ideas and, obviously, watching good TV. Sven, Silvia, Kam and Andy are part of a team of engineers and developers based in our Shoreditch development centre. Their mission? Constantly improving the way customers enjoy Prime Video.