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Participation in “The Valuable 500” global initiative to promote inclusion of people with disabilities

April 28, 2021
Seiko Holdings Corporation

Seiko Holdings Corporation (Chairman & Group CEO, CCO: Shinji Hattori; head office: Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan; hereinafter referred to as “Seiko”) has joined “The Valuable 500” global initiative to promote the inclusion of people with disabilities.
The Valuable 500 is a global initiative, started at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2019, whose goal is for business leaders to bring about changes that will allow people with disabilities to demonstrate their value in society, business, and the economy.
Seiko has always respected basic human rights and individuality and has enshrined that belief in our Corporate Ethics Policy. Today, the company is working to develop environments in which all members of the Seiko community can exhibit their diversity, autonomy, and originality.

Commitments of Seiko Holdings Corporation

Based on our philosophy of “being a company trusted by society”, the Seiko Holdings Group will continue working to create a richer, happier, fairer society, and will promote the following initiatives:

・We will continue to support a diverse society and offer products and services that contribute to richer, more satisfying lives for everyone.

・We will respect our employees’ diversity and will strive to always provide an inclusive workplace.

・Through cultural activities and sporting events, we will aim to inspire and move the world.

We will continue to provide products and services that promote the inclusion of people with disabilities, and develop workplace environments that allow them to flourish. In doing so, we hope to help build a better society and pursue a brighter future where each individual’s true potential can be realized.

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Seiko Holdings Corporation
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