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Epson Celebrates New Headquarters

Los Alamitos campus is focused on optimizing productivity, sustainability and hybrid collaboration.




Courtesy of Epson

Epson (Los Alamitos, CA) hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new headquarters on May 9. The ceremony featured remarks from Los Alamitos Mayor Tanya Doby, Epson America President and CEO Keith Kratzberg and Seiko Epson Director Koichi Kubota. Local government officials Ana Lasso from the California Office of Sustainability and Zechariah Jauregui from US House of Representatives District 45, along with community representatives and non-profit leaders, were also in attendance — according to a press release from Epson.

The new campus serves as Epson’s corporate headquarters for the US, Canada and Latin America, overseeing operations for home, office, commercial and industrial printing, visual communications, wearables, robotics, microdevices and manufacturing.

“The innovative Epson campus embodies the lessons we’ve gleaned from relocating during a global pandemic. By leveraging Epson technologies, we’ve optimized the space to boost productivity and foster collaboration, while prioritizing sustainability, community engagement and employee work-life balance,” Kratzberg is quoted in the release. “Our newly established Executive Briefing Center serves as a hub for Epson team members and partners, providing an environment in which we can envision and develop effective strategies for future business achievements.”

The new Epson campus, the company says, underscores its commitment to local community engagement, integrated sustainability and workplace collaboration by offering:

  • An adaptive and hybrid workforce. With new technologies and adaptive culture in place, the campus supports an innovative hybrid work program and hoteling system.
  • State-of-the-art technology. The new state-of-the-art Executive Briefing Center allows Epson customers, partners and community members to interface with Epson technologies as well as conduct their own business.
  • Interactive design and collaboration. A great deal of thought went into the design of the new headquarters – which features two distinct buildings and extends the outside indoors – to expand team collaboration, meeting venues and to support hybrid workplace efficiencies.
  • Environmentally focused building initiatives. The new Epson campus allows opportunities for Epson to further its commitment to environmental sustainability.

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