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Lenovo Australia goes to the dogs - in the best way possible

09 Jan 2017

Lenovo Australia has gone to the dogs – and the vendor is more than happy to admit it!

The company’s Chatswood offices welcomed 12 dogs into the office to kick off its Dog Days of Summer.

Matt Codrington, Lenovo managing director, says the company is always looking for new ways to celebrate with employees and promote a fun atmosphere in the office – something the Dog Day achieved.

Codrington encouraged employees to bring their dogs to work to enjoy the air conditioning and stay dry along with their owners for the Dog Day.

The vendor is also matching all employee donations to Doggie Rescue, which re-homes abandoned dogs rescued from death row in Sydney pounds.

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