A look back at the beginning of home lighting, when inventor Thomas Edison made the breakthrough with an incandescent light bulb in Menlo Park.
In landmark development, Signify will power its Polish operations with wind generated renewable electricity for the next ten years.
She first started work in 1969, and this summer Marion Matheussen-van Vugt retired after a remarkable fifty years with Signify.
Signify’s first-ever Hackathon aimed to make smart offices even smarter. . . and make some new friends while doing it!
Friday will see mass protests against climate change. Neil Pattie explains why he will be supporting the cause by coming to work.
It’s Climate Week in New York, and at Signify’s offices around the world, we’re raising awareness (and taking action) on sustainable commuting.
Our lighting for vertical farming will help feed the world’s growing population and contributes to a more sustainable planet
Study findings show surprising ways that connected lighting can reduce noise disturbances in the workplace