Announcing Round 2 of the TaroWorks Enterprise Grant

Riley Harding

We are excited to announce the launch of the second round of TaroWorks Enterprise Grant, ​​​​where we will award $20,000 to a social enterprise with last mile distribution needs, with funding from Qualcomm® Wireless Reach™.

Qualcomm Wireless Reach and Hapinoy Celebrate the Expansion of Mobile MicroBusiness Hubs for Women Microentrepreneurs in the Philippines

Press Release

MANILA, Philippines, September 14, 2022 /3BL Media/ – Qualcomm Incorporated, through its Qualcomm® Wireless Reach™ initiative, and Hapinoy celebrated the success of their joint Mobile MicroBusiness Hubs Program, coinciding with Hapinoy’s 15th Year Anniversary.

Qualcomm Fuels Creativity and Innovation Through Pipeline of Diverse Talent


Innovation is at the core of our business and is thus imperative to our continued success. Diverse teams – built around different perspectives, demographics, experiences and skill sets – fuel creativity and innovation. We’re continuously building a pipeline of diverse talent to help us meet the needs of diverse customers worldwide, now and in the future.

Our focused approach to finding top talent and our use of training and development as key recruitment tools have helped us increase our hiring rate for women and URMs while also reducing attrition within both groups.

Multi-Stakeholder Public-Private Partnerships: Collaboration, Innovation and Growth

Caroline Rubin, Managing Associate at Nathan Associates, on our impactful public-private partnership with USAID and Qualcomm® Wireless Reach™

Our WEAVE project ran in Indonesia and Vietnam in 2020 and 2021. It successfully supported over 12,000 women entrepreneurs through our three online programmes – in the midst of the global pandemic.

How ColdTrace X Is Protecting Life-Saving Vaccines, One Cold Room at a Time

By Winnie Ma

Qualcomm products mentioned within this post are offered by Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and/or its subsidiaries.

How Qualcomm Is Helping To Foster a More Inclusive Patent Ecosystem for All Inventors


The story of engineering breakthroughs by Qualcomm Incorporated and its affiliated companies (Qualcomm) – and the wireless revolution they’ve made possible – is a case study for how the U.S. patent system helps inventors get their ideas into the marketplace, while funding future risk-taking and innovation.

Qualcomm and Invent Together Champion Patent Diversity


At Qualcomm, we believe that the U.S. patent system should reflect the diversity of this country, and if we can diversify who is inventing and patenting, we can create jobs, boost the U.S. economy, close wage and wealth gaps and ensure the U.S. remains a global leader in innovation.

Qualcomm's STEM Community Partnerships: FIRST


Our ongoing collaboration with FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) is another important way that we’re increasing access to STEM education and investing in the development of our future workforce.

Qualcomm's STEM Community Partnerships: VentureWell


At Qualcomm, we believe that bringing talent and diversity together is key to unleashing creativity, innovation and breakthrough technologies. As part of our efforts to grow the innovation economy, we’re collaborating with organizations like VentureWell to create a pipeline of diverse inventors and patent holders.

Qualcomm's STEM Community Partnerships: Million Girls Moonshot


Million Girls Moonshot is a transformative, nationwide initiative that’s re-imagining who can engineer, who can build and who can invent. It aims to inspire and prepare the next generation of innovators by engaging one million more girls in STEM learning opportunities through after-school and summer programs by 2025. The Moonshot aligns with our Company’s goal to increase diversity of talent in the STEM workforce pipeline.


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