Driving Change for Sustainable Business RICOH
Recognising that the largest environmental impacts of its products occur in their use phase, RICOH are working to help their clients make the most effective use of technological solutions. As part of this work, RICOH are helping their clients to better understand their broader sustainability skills and training needs and will be working with IEMA Sustainability Training Solutions (STS) in order ensure that the this is addressed at all levels.
This webinar explored this service offer from RICOH and look at how IEMA STS will be supporting and enabling the full range of sustainability training needs to be met.
IEMA STS are delivering commercial training products and services through partnerships with approved training providers, and aims to become the critical learning and development partner for organisations that want to up-skill their staff.
RICOH is a trusted technology leader, with an impressive track record for innovative and sustainable business solutions. Their innovation is inspired by the individual needs of their customers
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