The award by Women in Tech, a leading careers and advice outlet, is in recognition of Amazon’s dedication to helping women succeed in the technology sector.
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When it comes to company culture, Amazon is barking up the right tree.
Elizabeth, Jonathon and Tomas. Three different stories, but one aspiration in common: the desire to accelerate their careers. They got a chance with Amazon’s apprenticeship programme.
Our new head office is part of Amazon’s long-term commitment to the UK, having invested £6.4 billion here since 2010.
Árdís Elíasdóttir was born in Iceland and earned an Astrophysics PhD in Denmark before joining Amazon in Edinburgh. She now works as a Machine Learning Scientist and is enjoying life in the Scottish capital.
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.
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.
The program continues Amazon’s long-time commitment of empowering employees to pursue career aspirations
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.