WWT Singapore aims to become major global supply chain hub for APAC region
At 9 Jurong Town Hall Road in Singapore, the World Wide Technology office sits on the 7th floor of a glittering high rise. Surrounded by a park and golf course with the skyline of a bustling city in view, the WWT offices offer a glimpse into the thriving economy of Singapore.
WWT’s business operations and culture are rapidly expanding around the globe, and when we caught up with the WWT Brazil team this week, they were welcoming new employees, continuing to ramp up capacity as our South American supply chain hub, and having some fun in the meantime.
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While WWT’s global supply chain operation is a critical piece of our organization’s overall mission, we understand that any piece of our business is only as strong as the people behind it.
Dave Steward meets with representative of National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) click here to read more...
Providing growth opportunities for small businesses remains a priority for World Wide Technology, even as the company evolves from its origins as a niche, minority supplier to commercial and federal customers into a global leader in technology and supply chain solutions.
250 WWT employees helped raise money for breast cancer awareness and research by participating in the Komen Race for Cure...read more
A sea of pink t-shirts and powerful women dominated downtown St. Louis this weekend, when over 50,000 individuals came out to support the fight against breast cancer.
Among the 50,000 were 250 WWT employees, along with their friends and family.
St. Patrick’s Center Golf Tournament Offers Opportunity to Support Homeless Cause in St. Louis click here to read more
On Monday, WWT team members participated in a golf tournament to benefit the St. Patrick’s Center of St. Louis. The St. Patrick’s Center is a local charity that provides housing, health, and employment services to help eradicate homelessness in the area.
WWT’s IT department gathered at Creve Coeur Park recently for team-building and a little friendly competition.
WWT’s Federal Sales team in Texas recently sponsored a five day event called the Ride 2 RecoveryChallenge. The event takes cyclists on a demanding journey from San Antonio through Austin to their final destination in Arlington.
Riders cover 350-450 miles, pushing themselves to physical and mental extremes