Google, Prezi and espell team up to stream Budapest pride online
The We’re Open initiative live-streamed the 20th Budapest Pride parade on their website nyitottakvagyunk.hu on Saturday. The organization was founded by Hungarian startup Prezi, Silicon Valley giant Google and translation services group espell, and was created for companies, organizations and communities that would like to join in “expressing a commitment to openness and inspire others to do the same”.
According to the organization’s manifesto, they regard openness as "a fundamental corporate value that our employees and our partners are judged solely on the basis of their actions and their work performance, and without regard for their sex, age, sexual orientation, national or ethnic background, political convictions, physical abilities, or other characteristics”.
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