As Technicolor has evolved over the years, we have also sought to extend our commitment to good corporate citizenship beyond our own products and services. As we pursue our strategy to lead innovation in media monetization solutions worldwide, we recognize that the pursuit of this goal has a significant impact on the individual communities where we live and work as well. Anchored in our core values, Technicolor’s citizenship initiatives are focused on using our talent and passion to make a positive difference in the lives of others and communities around the world.

 

Technicolor joins the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition (EICC)

Technicolor is proud to announce its formal acceptance by the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition (EICC), as an Applicant Member, Technicolor fully supports the vision and goals of the EICC:

  • Vision: Through the application of high standards we can create better social, economic and environmental outcomes for all those involved in the Electronics and Information & Communications Technology (ICT) supply chains. This includes increased efficiency and productivity for customers and suppliers, improved conditions for workers, economic development and a cleaner environment for local communities.
  • Mission: To deliver these benefits through a shared approach to implementing the EICC Code of Conduct. This approach will reduce duplication, focus efforts on positive social and environmental change, build supply chain capabilities in social responsibility and employ a process that solicits feedback from stakeholders.

Technicolor commits to progressively align its own operations with the provisions of the EICC code of conduct and to support and encourage its own first-tier suppliers to do the same.

Technicolor will seek to adopt the EICC approach and tools in practical ways in the spirit of the industry’s common goals. More information about the vision and mission of the EICC is included in Technicolor;s Commitment Letter, available as a download.

For more information about the EICC, or to view the EICC code of conduct, visit http://www.eicc.info

 

At a local level, Technicolor corporate citizenship initiatives include:

Technicolor Bangalore, India Digital Production

In support of the Vatsalya School for Special Education, which works with children suffering from cerebral palsy, autism, and associated disabilities, Technicolor invited members of the school to showcase their vocational products within the offices and also peridocally donated a variety of aid-in-kind supplies.

Technicolor Indianapolis, Indiana Digital Home products

Construction of walls and panels for a small home was organized on the site parking lot in partnership.
with Habitat for Humanity in September 2012. The organization builds affordable housing in partnership with families in need and approximately 300 volunteer hours were donated to construct the walls for the home.