The Eindhoven, Netherlands Office at
PHILIPS LIGHTING

Philips Lighting’s offices are located at the High Tech Campus in Eindhoven, Netherlands
Careers - Philips Lighting in the World
 Changing The World
Philips Lighting in the World
Changing The World
The people at Philips Lighting are passionate and excited about the potential of their work to make an impact on people’s lives with light. The company is comprised of highly intelligent and dedicated employees who value the ability of IoT technology to solve the problems of today and change the world of tomorrow.
Careers - Office Life
 High Standards, Quality Caring
Office Life
High Standards, Quality Caring
The office culture at Philips Lighting is open and receptive. All employees truly care about each other’s well being and make it a priority to ensure everyone is satisfied and content. Leaders know they can trust employees to complete work well and on time—that leads to a willingness to learn, along with an openness to ask for help whenever it’s needed.
 
 
“We always organize after-work events, like going out for dinner and drinks—or even cinema nights. Even though most of my colleagues have families and other responsibilities, they always make time to join these events. That’s great, because your team is like your second family.”
-Nick
Software Engineer
 
“We always organize after-work events, like going out for dinner and drinks—or even cinema nights. Even though most of my colleagues have families and other responsibilities, they always make time to join these events. That’s great, because your team is like your second family.”
 
 
“At Philips Lighting, you learn by doing. Of course you get a lot of coaching, but it’s also about getting thrown into the deep to see if you can get your head above the water. You can reach out for help, but it’s about learning—making sure you’re learning from your mistakes.”
-Mellissa
Marcom Specialist Digital
 
“At Philips Lighting, you learn by doing. Of course you get a lot of coaching, but it’s also about getting thrown into the deep to see if you can get your head above the water. You can reach out for help, but it’s about learning—making sure you’re learning from your mistakes.”