Championing Today’s Reinventor
with Mary Ann Yule, CEO of HP Canada
Elevate Toronto is where disruptive ideas pick up steam. It’s here that technology poised to change Canada, and the world, truly shines.
It’s a place for innovators – so it’s the perfect place for HP Canada. Reinvention is essential to innovation, especially at this point in our history, and it’s at the core of our business. We create
the technology that allows people to do the impossible, to make life better.
We do this by embracing diversity and inclusion as a business imperative. From HP’s earliest days, we’ve recognized that the more points of view we can draw upon, the better our products
and company as a whole will be. Every HP innovation comes from a team of individuals who each contribute their unique perspectives, knowledge and experiences, to advance the way the world works and lives.
And here we are today, Canada’s most sustainable technology company, continuing to build upon a history of reinvention and success that dates back to the 1930s. Whether it be through
our long-standing partnership with the World Wildlife Fund, to saving TL Kennedy Secondary School’s robotics team, when we reinvent, others can, too.
Just look at OMEN by HP brand ambassador and gamer missharvey. An influential advocate for diversity in gaming, she’s an inspiring example of someone who is reinventing her industry. She’s breaking down barriers and boys’ clubs. By showing that gaming really is accessible to anyone, she’s helping to fundamentally shift what gaming looks like, for the better.
It’s the reinventors like missharvey who inspire us to innovate for the future.
I’m proud to work for a company that walks the talk. Today, our Canadian leadership team is 60 per cent female, and our workforce around the world becomes more diverse every day. It’s not by chance. It’s inherent to our culture and our hiring practices.
Because when it comes down to it, HP is all about constantly setting new, better standards, for ourselves and the world around us.
Don’t just take my word for it. Come see how we’re doing it for yourself.