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The British Heart Foundation has become the first UK charity to collect furniture, electrical items or donations through Amazon Alexa, to help the charity raise funds for pioneering research into heart and circulatory conditions such as coronary heart disease, stroke, vascular dementia and their risk factors like diabetes.
Leaders and builders across industries will come together for immersive learning sessions including visionary talks, interactive workshops, technical deep dives, roundtables, hands-on demos, and more.
Up to 20MW of solar plus storage systems will be installed on fulfilment centre rooftops across the UK over the coming 18 months. We have also signed a deal ensuring 100% renewable electricity for our own UK buildings.
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Our new head office is part of Amazon’s long-term commitment to the UK, having invested £6.4 billion here since 2010.
We opened the doors of our Prime Air development centre in Cambridge to local school children, to help engage and inspire the next generation of innovators.
A range of apprenticeship schemes will be available for people to apply for from operations to IT to E&F.
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.
Henry and Tracey left the corporate life behind when they moved to the coast of Dorset. In e-commerce, they found the key to a more balanced lifestyle, and a source of strength during a difficult time.
We are hiring up and down the country for roles in our head office, research and development, AWS and operations.
A family-run candle company is starring in an Amazon TV advert highlighting the importance of small and medium-sized businesses.