While governments and businesses alike place an increased focus in how and with whom they conduct business. Based upon corporate social responsibility (CSR) agendas and carbon footprint related criteria, this becomes a critical factor for consideration as companies choose how they consume technology in optimising sustainability across the lifecycle of their technology. These decisions span across a broad set of criteria including product design and manufacturing, energy efficiency, through to end-of-life recyclability and reusability.
This webinar will explore the importance of each of these components as they relate to and impact the overall outcome in making sustainable technology choices. We will share best practices on what to consider when assessing and selecting technology solutions, with a mindful eye on how this affects carbon footprint and overall company CSR agendas.
Brittani Bobowick leads the activation of Dell Technologies’ Corporate Social Responsibility agenda across the Europe, Middle Eastern and African markets. Utilising the breadth of Dell’s sustainability strategy, Brittani works closely in partnership with many of our leading customers to identify and implement key alignment opportunities across their CSR agenda’s. These collaborations drive greater social impact outcomes for society, building and leveraging on our goal to drive human progress.
Brittani joined Dell Technologies in 2010 as a sales associate based in Boston, Massachusetts, responsible for client relationships across New England. Subsequently, she has served in various channel enablement and customer advocacy roles, where she focused on assessing and improving the Dell Technologies customer experience. Brittani holds a BS in Advertising and Business from the University of Texas in Austin.