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Scotland Women in Technology Awards is now open for nominations

For the second year running, we are delighted to be headline supporters of the Scotland Women in Technology to recognise tech talent across the country.

New employee group AmazonPwD launched to help staff with disabilities succeed

Amazon People with Disabilities is open to employees with disabilities and allies.

Congratulations to Katie George! Named in the EMpower Top 50 Future Ethnic Minority Business Leaders List

Katie George has been honoured as one of the Empower Top 50 Future Ethnic Minority Business Leaders List, presented by the Financial Times

Glamazon shortlisted for Network Group of the Year in the 2018 DIVA Awards

Glamazon was shortlisted for the Network Group of the Year category thanks to a public vote. The employee group helps make Amazon a great place to work by educating and informing employees about LGBTQ+ issues and opportunities.

Celebrating International Women’s Day at Amazon

Throughout the day, our employee affinity group Women@ organised a range of activities focused on gender diversity across our sites in London, Edinburgh and Cambridge.

Enterprising Women Summit 2017: equipping Britain’s female business leaders for a global Britain

Supported by Amazon, the event brought together some of the country’s top businesswomen, and provided an opportunity for attendees to meet and hear from leaders working in a diverse range of sectors.

Championing women in finance through WiFi

This month, Amazonians launched a new UK-based affinity group focused on providing support to women within Amazon’s finance teams regardless of role or level called ‘WiFi’ (Women in Finance).

Amazon's Luca Sale named inspirational leader by the British LGBT Awards 2018

Luca is a co-chair of glamazon UK which helps ensure that LGBT+ and questioning employees feel safe, visible, and are supported throughout their career at Amazon.

Lesbians Who Tech Summit comes to Amazon UK

Our LGBT+ affinity group glamazon were proud to host the kick-off event for the first ever London Lesbians Who Tech Summit last month.

Congratulations to Lauren Gemmell: TechWomen50 Award winner!

Lauren was selected for impressive work creating her own software engineering team as part of Amazon Registry Services, which at the time was a new product offering for Amazon.
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