“At Bose, we’re committed to achieving positive environmental, social, and governance (ESG) impact, and we are continuously evolving year after year. 2022 has been a critical point in time on our journey towards improved efforts. Two years into this critical climate-action decade, governments, industries, and individuals are focusing more than ever on ESG issues.”
Building Bose products and delivering them to market requires a global system of suppliers, contract manufacturers, and distributors. To ensure our values of doing business ethically, responsibly, and with integrity extend to the furthest touchpoints in our supply chain, we continuously monitor each of our suppliers to ensure they meet our environmental, social, and governance standards.
To further our commitment to gender equity at Bose, we are thrilled to announce a partnership with Forté Foundation, an organization dedicated to serving, educating, mentoring, and developing more women leaders in business.
To further our commitment to support the professional development of women engineers, Bose is excited to announce a partnership with the Society of Women Engineers (SWE). SWE is an organization devoted to empowering Women in STEM and is committed to working towards a world with gender parity and equality in engineering and technology.
As part of our internal Black History Month celebration, we were thrilled to have two music scholars — Kyle Brooks, PhD. from the Methodist Theological School in Ohio and Deborah Smith Pollard, Ph.D. from the University of Michigan-Dearborn — lead us in a conversation about the important role Black protest music plays in uniting all who care about racial equity. Bose continues to support efforts that celebrate Black history, amplify Black voices, and support the pursuit of racial justice.