Devices that can be accessed by everyone: Universal Design
Konica Minolta offers devices that are accessible for everyone – regardless of age, experience, body size or special needs. With its Universal Design, the devices are easy to reach, simple to operate, and logical in design and convenience. This enables an easy usage of the products for people with a physical disability or visual impairment.
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How technology contributes to a harmless environment
Thanks to the environmentally-friendly product properties of the Simitri toner, the German TÜV Reinland recognised it as 100% harmless for food contact. This food safety certification creates opportunities for use, such as food packaging or food label printing.
Corporate Engagement to foster employee diversity and gender equality
Employee diversity as source for innovation and success
Konica Minolta’s concept makes the most of employee diversity to create new value. One of Konica Minoltas strengths as a global company is that employees of different national origins, beliefs, cultures, languages, genders, ages and expertise work together in regions all over the world. It is the employee diversity that leads to innovative thinking and original ideas, thus generating new value that helps provide solutions for customers and society. This kind of value creation embodies its value “Inclusive and Collaborative”. Konica Minolta strives to live up to this value, respecting diversity and promoting inclusion to create value that leads to progress for customers, society, and individuals. The company fosters the cross-boarder exchange with its “Mobility programme”.
Support young woman and girls in the IT business
Konica Minolta collaborates with an NGO to run a capacity-building project supporting women building careers in the IT industry. The project aims to attract, select and support women and girls in the IT business, with the goal of helping them access the job market, learn the basics, find a job, or found a start-up. Initially launched in the Czech Republic in August 2015, the project was expanded to Germany in 2016, and has also been set up in Poland and Austria in 2017/2018.