Amersfoort, May 28, 2018 – Lenovo features Mars 100 candidate Christian Knudsen as a part of their national "Re-Learn Life" campaign. Re-Learn Life shares the inspiring true stories of people who are pushing their own boundaries and remaining curious, wherever they may be going in the universe. The campaign is about daring to be more curious and learning from each other.
In cooperation with Mars One, Christian shared his story of re-learning life as a Mars One applicant and how a one-way trip to Mars means reimagining virtually every aspect of life. Christian's story can be found alongside dozens of others as a part of Lenovo's new campaign, which seeks to connect people to new ideas and to spark their imaginations.
"We are proud to support Lenovo’s campaign to share knowledge and promote curiosity," said Bas Lansdorp, Mars One CEO and co-founder.
About Mars One
Mars One is a not-for-profit foundation that will establish permanent human life on Mars. Human settlement on Mars is possible today with existing technologies. Mars One’s mission plan integrates components that are well tested and readily available from industry leaders worldwide. The first footprint on Mars and lives of the crew thereon will captivate and inspire generations. It is this public interest that will help finance this human mission to Mars.
More information about Mars One can be found at: www.mars-one.com.
With 50,000+ employees and $43B in global sales in 160 countries, Lenovo is a global leader in providing innovative consumer, commercial and data center technology. As a member of the Fortune Global 500 and Interbrand’s 100 most valuable global brands, Lenovo is bigger and stronger than ever thanks to not only organic growth, but also due to the acquisitions of Motorola Mobility and IBM’s x86 Server business.
More information about Lenovo can be found at: www.lenovo.com.