How do we define success?
- Our recognition as a top smartphone provider
- Providing a simple yet compelling experience
- The strength of our brand
- Being seen as a continuous innovator
- Ranking the highest in customer satisfaction
- Being an inspiring place to work
HTC Core Values
Honestwe always do what we say and say what we do.
Humblewe do brilliant things but we are never arrogant or boastful about it.
Simplewe make things as clear, intuitive and understandable as possible.
Dynamicwe are bold in our actions and quick to respond.
Innovativewe stay ahead by embracing change and seeking out the unknown to break new ground.
Power to give
“HTC Power To Give will support the world’s single biggest volunteer computing initiative. The impact that this project could have on the world over the years to come is huge. It changes everything.” – Dr David P Anderson, Inventor of the Shared Computing Initiative BOINC, University of California, Berkeley.Watch the video
Green Global Headquarters
As a global leader in mobile technologies and a responsible corporate citizen, HTC is committed to minimize our impact on the environment while providing a healthy and safe workplace for employees. The Taipei headquarters and the Taoyuan headquarters were both awarded the gold rating for Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) from US Green Building Council's (USGBC's). The Taipei headquarters building was also presented with New Taipei City's highest environmental gold award.
These two headquarters buildings serve as the benchmark for new factories and offices built by HTC in the future in order to provide employees and visitors with an environmentally friendly, energy-saving, water-saving, comfortable and healthy space. The notable features include energy-efficient light fixtures, thermal ice storage system, onsite water recycling, and high-efficiency chilled water system.
The HTC Foundation embraces the humanitarian spirit of mutual aid and promotes character education by helping schools to carry out character education for children and youths. We promote character-building programs and classes as part of an effort to encourage civic participation in Taiwan. Since 2008, the foundation’s Pan Shi (translation “Bedrock”) Education Project has provided a total of NT$ 24 million in funding, training and scholarships for 768 different schools, and 68,000 teachers and students throughout Taiwan. In China's remote northwest regions, we also provide a number of scholarships for students from low-income households (Sichuan Province, Liaoning Province and Qinghai Province) and have done so since 2007.
The HTC Child Support Group was founded in 2006 as an employee initiative. The club organizes donation drives with all proceeds going to the Taiwan Fund for Children and Families to help sponsor children in need. More than 300 employees and the Employee Welfare Committee raise over 3 million NT dollars per year. The money was used to sponsor 254 children including children from Guatemala, Indonesia, the Philippines, Senegal, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Kyrgyzstan and Paraguay. Furthermore, HTC partners with World Vision Taiwan to provide education funding for children from low-income households in Central America and Africa.