Mon 27th Mar 2017
IP Inclusive wins corporate social responsibility award
IP Inclusive, a diversity movement which helps make intellectual property professions more inclusive, has been awarded with the Corporate Social Responsibility Award at the Managing IP Awards.
As the first winners of the Corporate Social Responsibility Award, IP Inclusive was recognised for its work in uniting professionals throughout the IP world with an aim to achieve greater diversity and inclusivity in the profession.
As a signatory to IP Inclusive’s charter, the patent and trade mark attorneys at Page White and Farrer are delighted to hear that the important work of IP Inclusive is being recognised. The firm has supported IP Inclusive in their pursuit for diversity by donating to assist with their careers website initiative.
Jeff Daniels, partner and patent attorney at Page White and Farrer, commented, ‘At Page White and Farrer, we are committed to supporting initiatives to increase diversity in the industry. We are delighted to see IP Inclusive’s work recognised with this prestigious award.’
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