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Curium Solutions – Simplified Change Management, Birmingham, West Midlands

Curium announced as sponsor for Future Face in Legal

By Zurina Panesar

Curium Solutions are announced as an official sponsor for the Future Face in Legal category, at this year’s Future Faces Awards 2017!

Already in it’s third year, the annual dinner and awards of Future Faces; the young professionals arm of the Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce, has announced it’s strong backing of big names from in and around the City.

Ensuring that the awards truly reflect the talents of the wide range of young professionals that Birmingham has to offer, they have broadened their existing categories to seven sector awards. With 400 delegates expected to attend, Curium are also the official decorations sponsor for the evening.

This year, the Future Face in Legal category has nominees from global and national law firms such as; Irwin Mitchell, Mills & Reeve, Standley & Co and Trower Hamlins.

Founding Director, Andrew Dawson commented, “We are excited to sponsor the Future Face of Legal award this year and celebrate the talented professionals helping to take the legal market forward. The legal market is undergoing rapid change with digital, price pressures and new market entrants each posing a threat to the traditional model. We wish all the candidates the best of luck.”

Other big name sponsors include; Office Angels, Aston University, Millennium Point and UK Power Reserve, to name a few. Taking place on Friday 15th September at the Edgbaston Stadium, the awards aims to acknowledge the remarkable achievements of Birmingham’s young professionals.

To pay homage to the Legal sector, Curium recently published a report; exploring the way law firms handle their change projects, from a recently compiled survey. Click here, to view the full report.

 

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