Balázs Somogyi said that joining the Charter offers challenges, sharing of knowledge and best practices and also new opportunities in the field of diversity issues. Lexmark worldwide and Lexmark Hungary takes considerable efforts to justify its commitment to the Charter’s principles. Lexmark is committed to recognising, understanding and acknowledging people's similarities and differences as representing sources of innovation and cooperation. Somogyi believes that the increasing number of diversity workplaces in every society– has a measurable impact on economic and social progress, and delivers tangible results not only in GDP but also in the level of happiness and satisfaction. Lexmark walks the talk: 19% of Lexmark Budapest office staff is international, coming from 27 different countries.