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Browne Jacobson announces partnership with BPS Birmingham Future

16 April 2014

Law firm Browne Jacobson is partnering with BPS Birmingham Future as part of an initiative to further champion the future leaders of Greater Birminghams business professional and financial services sector.

The sponsorship agreement will see Browne Jacobson, one of the regions largest law firms, support the work of the organisation which champions Greater Birminghams young professionals from trainees to director level by developing their business skills, establishing networking and mentoring opportunities and facilitating members to become the future ambassadors for the sector and the city.

Browne Jacobson launched its Birmingham office 15 years ago and since then has grown to be one of the leading law firms in the city, boasting a 135 strong office. Ranked in the Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For, the firm acts for a broad range of national and regional public and private sector clients including Vodafone Limited, Deutsche Bank, Crown Commercial Service, National Audit Office, National Governors Association and some of the biggest school academy groups in the country, amongst others.

Paul Ray, banking partner at Browne Jacobson said:

"We felt there was a natural aspirational and entrepreneurial fit between our business and the ethos that underpins the aims and objectives of BPS Birmingham Future and its members and we are delighted to be supporting them as major sponsors for 2014.

"Like BPS Birmingham Future we have always believed in investing in young talent and we are looking forward to working in partnership with them to enhance the networking and professional development opportunities for young professionals in the city."

Suzie Branch, Chair of BPS Birmingham Future, added:

"We are so pleased to have secured this support from Browne Jacobson demonstrating their commitment to the regions young professional community. We are so grateful to all of our sponsors and are looking forward to working in partnership with them all throughout the year on a range of exciting initiatives that will not only be of value to our members as individuals but will help advance the vibrancy, skill and opportunities for all the talented young professionals that work in the city."

BPS Birmingham Future is now in its 22nd year and represents and develops the rising stars of the BPS sector in Greater Birmingham.

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