A truly global culture
Huawei headquarters may be located in China, but the company operates in 170 countries across all continents, and throughout its dynamic history it has embraced advice and guidance from all corners of the world.
Through its participative corporate culture, input from employees and partners of all nationalities shapes Huawei on a daily basis.
For instance, the US-based tech company IBM advised Huawei on its management system and has left a lasting imprint on Huawei’s working structure. Huawei could not have become a leading global ICT service provider without international expansion.
With an open mind, Huawei has developed a unique culture that combines both Western and Eastern characteristics. This, together with its core values, is the secret to its rapid growth.
Invaluable experiences come from operating internationally. Everywhere Huawei operates, it abides by the local laws. Huawei also observes the conventions of the United Nations.
Europe-Africa cooperation in research and science
Find out how Huawei contributes to the EU-Africa partnership for science and innovation
Forward look from the Huawei Developer Conference
Major updates across developer ecosystem, exciting new products unveiled
Trump's campaign against Huawei will backfire
It will destroy US semiconductor dominance, says Huawei CTO Paul Scanlan in CNBC op-ed
Huawei P40 Pro Plus 10x optical zoom camera puts iPhone and Samsung to shame
C-NET compares photos from iPhone 11 Pro, Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra and Huawei P40 Pro Plus
Sanctions against Huawei bad for US economy - new study
Strategy Analytics says Huawei sanctions will cost US semiconductor industry $7bn in lost sales
International organisations can play a crucial role in promoting ICT for economic recovery - Huawei
Huawei's Abraham Liu speaks at conference on how international collaboration can help Europe prosper again
Huawei - a year and beyond
Huawei was joined by over 2,000 analysts, opinion leaders and journalists at its 17th Annual Global Analyst Summit
Foreign Direct Product Rule Changes Made by US Government
Huawei categorically opposes the amendments made by the US Department of Commerce to its foreign direct product rule that target Huawei specifically.