An interview with Adobe on Corporate Social Responsibility and IP

Ken Taylor, Com Laude’s US Director of Business Development, interviews: Michelle Crozier, Adobe’s Director of Brand Purpose and J Scott Evans, Director of IP & Advertising

Adobe is proud to play a role in preparing young people for the future by nurturing creativity and supporting creators. The company’s stance is that “creative literacy” will be a key skill in the future, and that art, creativity, and technology must be central in education. Further, the company holds that all students should have access to these opportunities, regardless of their background or circumstances. The company also runs several other programs that support the development of digital and creative skills for youth. The Adobe Digital Academy is a modern apprenticeship program that provides an alternative and accelerated pathway into the tech industry for career-switchers from diverse backgrounds.

Michelle and J Scott go on to discuss Adobe’s stance on Education, Community, the Environment, and Trademarks and Anti-counterfeiting. The full article is published on INTA’s website.

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