Nemo Office Club Support Be;Live Charity Event


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Atherstone, Warwickshire, March 2022: Dealer Group Nemo Office Club has been busy practising what it preaches to members with their Keep It Local and CSR Demystified campaigns by working with a local mental health charitable organisation to promote a forthcoming event.

 The Be;Live event takes place in the centre of Birmingham on the 2nd April and will be hosted by ex-Blue Peter and Sky Sports presenter Simon Thomas. Advertisements for the event currently being shown in the Buillring, Grand Central and Merry Hill shopping centres were all designed and supplied by the Nemo Office Club design studio.

“Honeycomb Studio is our own offering that provides marketing and bespoke design for our members,” explains the group’s Managing Director, Tim Beaumont “but it is also important that we use the skills, knowledge and personnel that we have to support other great causes in any way that we can. Awareness of the importance of mental well-being has improved since the pandemic, but there are still so many people suffering, often in silence. It is important that people realise that it is ok to admit that you are not ok.”

“When we heard that Be;Live were looking for help to design their advertising we had no hesitation in offering our services, what they are doing for mental health is phenomenal and I hope this gesture on our part is just the beginning of our relationship with the charity”

James Crystal, Managing Director of Be;Live commented: “I am so unbelievably grateful for the support of Nemo Office Club in helping to promote our first live event. Be;Live exists to ensure people understand they are not alone and that there are practical, healthy solutions which can help us cope with our mental health. I look forward to developing our relationship with Nemo Office Club to continue to raise awareness of mental well-being in the workplace, and beyond.”

More can be found about the charity event and the work carried out at