Our core values
The essence of Huawei
Core values are driving Huawei forward. By providing employees with a clear direction and a sense of ownership, they are key to understanding the rise of Huawei in recent years and decades.
Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei puts it as follows: “The essence of Huawei’s culture can be described with one word: integrity. As our most valuable intangible asset, integrity is the key to our survival and the source of individual and corporate growth.”
At Huawei, our customers always come first. Huawei can only exist thanks to its customers.
Logically, customer centricity is the goal. We achieve this goal through inspiring dedication.
Dedication can be achieved through perseverance, i.e. maintaining course when the going gets tough, and not losing sight of strategic objectives, even if short-term obstacles come along.
Growth by reflection refers to employing wisdom accumulated through experience (sharing) and thinking, positively impacting on the other core values.
As a truly international company, Huawei values openness as a key factor for continued success.
A PUBLIC DEBATE WITH HUAWEI
Huawei’s Chief Representative to the European Institutions will be fielding questions from MEPs
TOLERANCE OF U.S. TREATMENT OF HUAWEI SENDS DANGEROUS SIGNAL
The United States wants to dominate the hi-tech industry
The way forward must be trilateral and multilateral
Speech by Abraham Liu,
Huawei’s Chief Representative to the EU Institutions
Huawei joins Paris call for trust, security in cyberspace
The company joins 564 other entities who have made a public commitment to strengthening the security of digital products and systems
Brussels media roundtable with Huawei’s Chen Lifang
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Vote for Green 5G, Vote Smarter
Green 5G: potential for Europe
Improving understanding between Europe and China
Huawei is sponsoring a new, independent, Europe-China Journalism Award administered by the Press Club Brussels Europe
Huawei releases white paper on intellectual property
The company warns against politicisation of IP disputes