Video podcast with CRN Tech Impact headline sponsor Logitech

Logitech's head of sustainability, Robert O'Mahony, sits down with CRN to unpack Logitech's sustainability strategy

Doug Woodburn
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In this video podcast, Robert O'Mahony, head of sustainability at CRN Tech Impact sponsor Logitech addresses:

  • How sustainability has grown to become central to Logitech's business
  • The key drivers of becoming more sustainable
  • How carbon counting can become the new calorie counting
  • Where he stands on recent criticism of the concept of net zero and offsetting 
  • How sustainability has become a fourth design KPI for Logitech alongside cost, schedule and consumer experience
  • What Logitech is doing to cut its use of virgin plastics and invest in new materials

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