Jabra: Good Sounds, Sound Ethics and Fine Design

Jabra-Evolve2-65-Black-Open-Office-CollaborationCommunications and sound solutions leader Jabra, proudly part of the GN Group, has been bringing sound to people’s lives for over 150 years.

It is in the business of helping you to hear what you want to hear — from letting the “right” sound in to filtering disruptive noise out. But its products are packed with intuitive features which do much more than that.

They’re the result of thousands of hours of research and meticulous engineering, from the only company in the world with consumer, professional and medical grade sound, all under one roof.

Jabra creates intelligent headsets and communications software that allow professionals to work more productively, and produces wireless headphones and earbuds for increased enjoyment of calls, music, and media. Jabra also pioneers video conferencing solutions for more inclusive meetings, and which let you keep up with meetings while working from wherever.

Jabra Starts With Great Sound

Proudly part of GN Group, Jabra has been bringing sound to people’s lives for over 150 years; from the very first telegraph cables linking the West to East to the first Bluetooth headsets. Products are designed and engineered with the customer in mind, using intelligent technology and finished with premium materials.

Great sound isn’t the only reason people buy Jabra headsets, but it’s a good place to start: thoughtfully designed, purposefully engineered, and expertly built.

Sustainability is a consideration in everything Jabra does. Through its products, it aims to help you connect with the world — without the need for polluting and unsustainable air travel. The company takes responsibility for actively addressing environmental and social issues in all operations and across its value chain. It builds on a long history of innovation, and a strong culture of compliance and business ethics.

Jabra strictly follows the UN Guiding Principles of Responsible Business, and GN has been a signatory to the UN Global Compact since 2010. Jabra was ranked in the top 77th percentile by EcoVadis, scoring above average in all categories: environment, labor and human rights, business ethics and sustainable procurement.

Several Jabra headsets are TCO-certified, the most comprehensive sustainability endorsement for IT products. As part of GN Store Nord, Jabra has implemented policies covering all key sustainability and ESG areas. The company continuously adds and updates policies in line with legislative or strategic changes.


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