CHARITIES TO BENEFIT THANKS TO NEW MIDLAND’S BUSINESS PARTNERSHIP
UK and overseas charities will benefit from a new partnership between two Midlands businesses.
Desktop computers, laptops, monitors, keyboards and a server, all donated by Wolverhampton’s DJR Marketing Solutions (DJR), will be passed to organisations and individuals for future use.
To bridge the Digital Divide in Africa, the equipment will be used for education purposes, meanwhile, in the UK, it will be used by the elderly and disabled to reduce loneliness and isolation.
The project has been made possible by West Bromwich-based recycling centre REPC, who repurpose unwanted IT equipment and donate it to worthwhile causes, reducing old computer hardware numbers going into landfills.
REPC partners include Selfridges, Millennium Point, Vauxhall Motors and Wolverhampton Wanderers FC.
Bevil Williams, MD at REPC said, “We enable organisations to deliver their corporate social responsibility, whilst supporting education, training and personal development where it’s most needed.”
Daniel Reilly, MD at lead generation service provider DJR said, “We’re very pleased that our old IT equipment can be passed on to charities. This also helps us meet a key business aim, which is to reduce our carbon footprint.” reduce our carbon footprint.”
GEORGE GREEN PRIVATE CLIENT TEAM RECOGNISED IN LATEST EDITION OF LEADING LEGAL MARKET DIRECTORY
The Private Client team of leading Midlands law firm George Green has once again been recognised as one of the Midlands leading Private Client teams in the latest Chambers & Partners High Net Worth directory.
The latest edition of Chambers & Partners High Net Worth directory (‘Chambers HNW’), which benchmarks lawyers and law firms operating in the private wealth sector using a market research-based model, has just been published. This has once again confirmed the success of George Green’s strategy, which puts clients first.
Team head Claire Pottinger has been placed at the top of the rankings in Band 1 following the researchers’ enquiries of the firm’s clients and other market participants.
David Stevenson, Chief Executive of George Green said, “At George Green, we do not compromise on putting clients at the centre of our business. It is an important part of our service promise that we look after clients well and in so doing, do what is said on the tin. I am delighted therefore with the latest Chambers & Partners research which confirms we are doing just that.”
He added, “Congratulations to Claire but, vitally, congratulations also to all of those in the Private Client Services team for contributing to this impressive result”.
Claire Pottinger said, “I am thrilled that the George Green LLP Private Client team and I have been ranked once again. It is very much a team effort!”. She continues “I must also thank everyone who provided such supportive feedback to the researchers.”
George Green LLP is a leading full-service law firm and recognised as such in both Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners. Our lawyers make a difference by helping our clients succeed. We have offices in Cradley Heath and Wolverhampton.