SXiQ have developed an innovative solution to recycle old tech equipment for their Client Australian Pharmaceutical Industries (API), donating 100% of the $10,500 proceeds to the Priceline Sisterhood Foundation, an important organisation committed to helping women with serious illness.
Richard Vincent, CEO and Managing Director of Australia Pharmaceutical Industries (API) and Chairman of the Priceline Sisterhood Foundation, said the SXiQ partnership Is great for API, the environment and the charities the Priceline Sisterhood Foundation supports.
“Working with SXiQ, we recycled hundreds of laptops and items of old IT equipment and raised $10,500 to support our five partner charities,” Richard said. “Finding a new use for old equipment and doing that sustainably is a win, win for us, SXiQ and the Sisterhood Foundation. We’re looking at building the program into our ongoing management of IT assets.”
David Erenboim, GM Sales & Strategy of SXiQ, says having an equal focus on sustainability and philanthropy, enabled SXiQ to create a winning scenario for all parties and a template for future tech recycling initiatives. “This was a rewarding project to design for our Client and we are thrilled to have been able to make such a substantial donation to a great cause that supports many facets of Women’s health.” David says.
The Priceline Sisterhood Foundation supports five charity partners to help the women who are affected by serious illness. 100% of the proceeds raised via the Priceline Sisterhood are donated directly to the nominated charities.