LoveBrum Patron, Vault IP, sponsors Physical Health Month
Vault IP is a boutique IP law firm situated in the heart of Birmingham’s Colmore Business District and one of LoveBrum’s newer Patrons, joining in March of this year. Vault helps businesses protect their IP (Intellectual Property) both in the UK and overseas. IP is a term used to refer to a wide range of creations of the human mind such as inventions, designs, and trade marks. Vault works with a range of businesses across a variety of sectors and has clients ranging from start-up businesses through to multinational corporations.
The Vault IP team wearing their LoveBrum badges during LoveBrum’s Impact Week 2019
This October, Vault is sponsoring LoveBrum’s Physical Health month which will see the charity showcase three brand new causes, all working to improve the physical well-being of individuals in Birmingham.
Vault is passionate about physical health and the positive impact it can have on individuals’ mental health and well-being. Being in the legal profession, with its potential for long hours and stressful workload, they know all too well the importance of taking time to look after yourself.
As part of Vault’s Patron month they will be sponsoring the brilliant LoveBrum Causes Conference on the 24th October at the Old Library in Digbeth. In addition to speaking about what charities should be doing to protect their Intellectual Property, the team will also be on hand throughout the day to answer any questions the causes might have about their own organisations.
Vault will also be running an offer throughout October to raise more money for LoveBrum. For any LoveBrum cause or member who files a trade mark with Vault this month, they will donate £20 to LoveBrum. If this is something you might be interested in, please give them a call on 0121 296 9164 or email them at email@example.com
Phil Sanger, Director of Vault IP, comments
“We are delighted to be sponsoring LoveBrum’s Physical Health month and helping to showcase the inspirational work of the three chosen projects. Throughout October we are hoping to raise not only money for LoveBrum but also awareness of the great work they do for so many organisations across Birmingham. We are also looking forward to meeting many of the causes at the conference later this month where we hope we can support and advise them on any issues relating to Intellectual Property.”
Becoming a patron of LoveBrum sustains the day-to-day running of our charity and, in return, we position your business at the forefront of our charity. If your organisation would like to sponsor a month and join LoveBrum’s impressive, and growing, list of Patrons, contact us on 0121 270 5274 or firstname.lastname@example.org.Back to Blog