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        BE Offices clients and staff take part in the Great City Race

        BE Offices clients and staff take part in the Great City Race

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          BE Offices fields its largest ever team for its 16th year of participation in City of London charity run.

          On Tuesday 18th July, we were delighted to field our largest ever team of runners for the 2023 Standard Chartered Great City Race in what was our 16th consecutive year of participating. Our team comprised some BE Offices staff but primarily enthusiastic clients from across all our London business centres, representing our serviced office, coworking and managed workspace brands, BE Offices, Headspace Group and BE.Spoke, with 75 runners taking part.

          6,000 runners assembled in the grounds of the Honourable Artillery Company, before setting off down Beech Street right past BE’s Barbican business centre. The route took runners past some of the City’s most famous landmarks, including St Paul’s Cathedral, Tower 42 and the Bank of England, whilst also passing by our Cheapside and Threadneedle Street buildings.

          The official beneficiary for the race is Futuremakers, a global initiative to tackle inequality and promote greater economic inclusion for young people. One third of the entry fee from all participants is donated to the Standard Chartered Foundation, which helps to fund Futuremakers’ education, employability and entrepreneurship programmes around the world. Standard Chartered also matches the funds raised for Futuremakers from the event, doubling the impact of our participation!

          How Futuremakers makes a difference

          Globally, more than 200 million young people – often disproportionately impacted by the challenges of inequality – are out of work or live in low-income poverty. Futuremakers by Standard Chartered is committed to enabling disadvantaged young people, especially girls and the visually impaired, to gain new skills and expertise to improve their chances of getting a job or starting their own business.

          Following the race, it was a pleasure to host participants back to our nearby Beech Street centre with beers, prosecco and pizza to replace expended energy. First to return was Barbican client Geoff Kelly from BT Local Business with an impressive time of 18:48.

          We were delighted to once again have been able to participate in this mainstay of our annual events programme and would like to thank everyone who joined our team and supported this fantastic event.



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