Overview

  • Organization TypeGoods Supplier
  • Staff10,000+
  • Development BudgetOver 500 Million
  • HeadquartersNetherlands
  • Founded1891
Royal Philips is a diversified health and well-being company, focused on improving people’s lives through meaningful innovation in the areas of Healthcare, Consumer Lifestyle and Lighting. Headquartered in the Netherlands, Philips posted 2014 sales of EUR 21.4 billion and employs approximately 108,000 employees with sales and services in more than 100 countries. Philips Foundation In 2014, Philips launched the Philips Foundation a registered charity that has been created to help enable lasting social change in disadvantaged communities through the provision and application of innovation, talent and resources. The Philips Foundation has three main program areas: disaster relief, community development and social entrepreneurship. The Philips Foundation’s work supports Royal Philips’ ambition to improve the lives of 3 billion people a year by 2025. The Philips Foundation supports projects in the countries where Royal Philips or one of its subsidiaries are present. Focus Areas Disaster and Humanitarian Relief The Philips Foundation works to provide disaster relief to regions affected as quickly as possible. In partnership with The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, the Philips Foundation provides medical and lighting equipment, devises on the ground solutions, as well as funds in the event of a large-scale natural disaster. Community Development A key aim of the Philips Foundation is to identify projects where Royal Philips’ expertise and innovations can be used to best effect change. They work with Royal Philips country organizations in over 17 geographical areas, as well as with partner NGOs, to craft locally relevant programs. Past innovations include developing ultrasound machines for rural healthcare settings, clean cook stoves, mobile telehealth, solar lighting and pneumonia and malnutrition testing. And, of course, they supply Royal Philips experts and volunteers to help share and build knowledge. Social Entrepreneurship Sustainable development is not only about safeguarding the earth’s resources, it is about giving people the tools with which to build a better, healthier future. The Philips Foundation aims to give social entrepreneurs access to the resources and expertise they need to succeed. They work to provide grants, training and products that drive social innovation and enable entrepreneurship. A recent example includes social innovation in Rwanda that created an innovative business model around woodstoves for cooking and sale-able pellets for fuel.  

Where is Philips

Careers

Staff at Philips have experience in

Sectors

  • market research
  • development
  • private sector development
  • economic policy
  • logistics / supplies

Funders

  • foundation
  • african, caribbean, and pacific group of states
  • the commonwealth secretariat
  • chevron

Countries

  • nigeria
  • south africa
  • worldwide
  • brazil
  • japan

Skills

  • managerial experience
  • business development
  • experience in recruitment
  • international experience
  • with experience in conflict areas

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Company Offices
  • Netherlands (headquarters)
  • Eindhoven
  • Global Headquarters, High Tech Campus 5 5656 AE

In the News

Produced in partnership: Making Markets Work

What's inside the Philips backpack?

28 October 2016
Produced in partnership: Making Markets Work

Philips' model community life center in Kenya

14 November 2016
Exclusive interview: Philip Goodwin

How new chief's people-centered approach can drive change at VSO

9 March 2015
Philip Thornton on climate-smart agriculture

Why farms of the future need to mix livestock and crops

31 August 2015

Experience

Primary sectors

Private Sector Development
Market Research
Monitoring / Evaluation
Software / Web Design
Banking & Finance Budgeting
Architecture / Design
Research & Development
Solar / Wind / Biofuels
Data Management
Events / Training

Primary Funders

Contract Awards

LA-GEF Rural Electrification Phase II19 April 2015

World Bank - WB
19 Apr 2015

Health Sector Reform Project - REFORSUS17 September 2008

World Bank - WB
17 Sep 2008

Health Sector Reform Project - REFORSUS17 September 2008

World Bank - WB
17 Sep 2008

Health Sector Reform Project - REFORSUS17 September 2008

World Bank - WB
17 Sep 2008

Health Sector Reform Project - REFORSUS17 September 2008

World Bank - WB
17 Sep 2008
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