For nearly two decades, the Triangle region of North Carolina has been home to one of two global headquarters for Lenovo. Our exceptional North Carolina colleagues are continually contributing to global technology decisions transforming businesses, industries and individual end-user experiences.
While they help our company thrive, Lenovo’s leadership proactively supports our internal Lenovo community while also ensuring our company is a positive contributor to both the greater Triangle region and to the people of North Carolina.
This includes everything from starting a new employee-led initiative to embrace diversity, promote inclusion, and enhance the overall employee experience, as well as launching efforts like Evolve Small, a national program focused on helping small businesses recover from the pandemic. The exciting program unveiled in Raleigh and is now spreading across the United States.
We hope you enjoy learning more about Lenovo in North Carolina. We are proud to call the Triangle our home, and we are committed to enhancing the communities in which we live, while driving innovation and transformation within the technology industry.
In the news
- Learn About Lenovo’s “Work for Humankind” Campaign (CBS 17)
- Lenovo’s Work for Humankind creates lasting impact in communities across the globe
- Lenovo tops world in supercomputers with ‘whopping’ performance (WRAL TechWire)
- Targeting artificial intelligence: Lenovo to invest additional $1b over 3 years (WRAL TechWire)
- Greenville student competes in statewide competition, team wins first place (WNCT)
- CBS17 Technology Tuesday: Come with Us to the 321 Roasting Facility (CBS 17)
- Lenovo creating pathways for gender equity (WRAL)
- 5 ways Lenovo positively impacted the Triangle in 2022 and what’s coming in 2023 (WRAL)
- How one Triangle company is advancing Hispanic representation in the tech industry (Triangle Business Journal)
- Fast-growing Raleigh coffee company to open new roasting facility with help from Lenovo (Triangle Business Journal)
- David Mildenberg on the surging interest in Esports with Jeffrey Palumbo, global Esports solutions manager at Lenovo (Chatter with BNC)
- Wake County students explore STEM through soccer (CBS 17)
- N.C. teens launch platform to help more girls identify careers in tech industry (WBTV)
- Lenovo surprises 2 Raleigh firms (Black Dollar Corp., Sweet T Picnics) with $5k tech upgrades, Panther tickets (WRAL TechWire)