Breast Cancer Campaign confirmed as the official event charity for office* 2013

office* – the UK’s leading business event for PAs, office managers, and executive support professionals – has named Breast Cancer Campaign as its official new charity partner for 2013.
  Given that thousands of office professionals are already key fundraisers for Breast Cancer Campaign, the charity is the perfect fit for office*, says event manager David Maguire:  “We're delighted to be supporting a charity, which is so close to the hearts of the majority of our visitors to office*.  We hope this new partnership will further help to raise awareness and funds for the innovative research carried out by Breast Cancer Campaign."


Combining a comprehensive training and development conference with a major trade exhibition, the 2012 event, which included the 2nd annual National PA Day, saw 175 leading business suppliers and service providers joined by over 3,687 office support professionals from thousands of different organisations from all across the country.  This year’s office*, which returns to London’s Olympia on 8-9 October, with a host of new speakers, exhibitors, and supporters, is expecting its fourth edition to be its biggest show yet.  This can only be good news for Breast Cancer Campaign, which is looking forward to meeting thousands more potential supporters at office* 2013.

Offices around the country support wear it pink, in aid of Breast Cancer Campaign, by pulling on something pink and helping to raise an average of £2million each year.  wear it pink is the UK’s biggest, pinkest fundraising day and money raised funds vital breast cancer research.  Sadly, one in eight women will face their own battle against breast cancer in their lifetime, which is why on Friday 25 October, Breast Cancer Campaign is urging everyone to join them in the fight against breast cancer and wear it pink, helping them to raise as much as possible to fund some of the most innovate breast cancer research.

Annabel Tompkins, wear it pink, senior manager at Breast Cancer Campaign says:  “Events like wear it pink in aid of Breast Cancer Campaign are vitally important in helping us raise money to support the 50,000 people who are diagnosed with breast cancer each year. We are continually staggered by the generosity of people taking part in wear it pink – and we would like to thank office* for their support, which will help Breast Cancer Campaign to save lives and reduce the impact of a breast cancer diagnosis.”

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