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Sustainability Report


Caring for Disadvantaged Groups
Getac espouses a spirit of “giving back to society in a spirit of gratitude”. The board of directors therefore earmarks part of the Company’s profits for the “Getac Charity Trust Fund”. In 2019, total expenditures amounted to NT$0.95 million.
"Dreams Come True” Program
  • Tzu Chi University – Grants for financially challenged students (quota of 3) in northern Thailand. 
  • Donation of sneakers and winter clothing for 60 financially challenged students at Quaker Care Center for underprivileged families in Huilong and support for organizational development
Rural education
  • Support the development of the "Mennonite Christian Mennonite Hualien Liming Correctional Home" in Hualien, and provide assistance to the mentally handicapped and family life.
  • Blind Education Concerns Association of Taipei – Support for organizational development and provision of educational assistance for visually impaired children and their families
  • Hannah House in Taitung County-Supporting the development of conference affairs and children's living allowances.
  • Taiwan Hope in Love Children Care Association-Supports the development of organization and subsidies for children.
Compassionate sharing
  • Support for the “Food for Love” Program- Andrew Charity Association
Cultivating Industrial Experts
Getac encourages young entrepreneurs to make investments in the industry and give free rein to their creative energy to transform their brilliant inspiration into concrete programs. As of 2003, Getac participates “Y.S. Award” competitions in cooperation with affiliated companies, and it has entered the 18th edition, these competitions serve as a catalyst for the fusion of creative concepts and industry capabilities. Winners receive cash prizes to help them realize their dreams.

Y.S. Award
9In 2020, the epidemic has completely rewritten the way of human life. In order to reduce the impact of operations, many businesses and businesses have resorted to digital technology to promote the digitization of industries, such as remote office, catering delivery, e-commerce industry, audio-visual platforms, health and epidemic prevention products, etc. . This wave of epidemic is a crisis but also a turning point for the industry.

Therefore, the 18th “Y.S. Award” uses "post-epidemic rebirth" as the theme of the competition. With changes in the global industrial supply chain and cross-border trade structure, technological innovation and services will need to rethink how to apply and design to solve human social problems, whether it is In terms of living technology, life technology or ecological environment technology, it gathers talents in the fields of software applications, industrial design, and audio-visual media to build cross-domain cooperation, cross-border thinking and innovation capabilities. Explore the respective values and positioning of humans and machines together, and open up various possibilities for innovative design and digital creation.

  • CEO Messages

  • Sustainability Communication

  • Ethical Management

  • Sustainable Supply Chain

  • Prohibiting Procurement Of Conflict Minerals

  • Environmental Protection

  • Green Product

  • Friendly Workplace

  • Social participation

  • CSR Questionnaire

  • We sincerely welcome any suggestions regarding this Report.

    Irene Sun
    Corporation Relations Office
    Email: Getac.csr@getac.com.tw

  • Irregular Business Conduct Reporting

    Lisa Kung
    Director of Auditing Office
    Email: gtcaudit@getac.com.tw