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Four new companies join Lamp’s Business Club

Four new companies join Lamp’s Business Club

Supporting Lamp as an influential voice on workplace mental health in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland

Four new companies have signed up to become members of Lamp (Leicestershire Action for Mental Health Project)’s Business Club, strengthening its role as an influential voice on workplace mental health throughout Leicester, Leicestershire, and Rutland.

The new businesses bring the total of Business Club members to over 50 and are Vehicle Consulting - a vehicle leasing company, Conversations with Impact - a coaching and therapy practice, Pattersons Commercial Law - a specialist motoring law solicitors, and equipment supplier, Equipment Leasing Solutions (ELS) Limited.

Stuart McKee, Managing Director of ELS said:

“I am so excited to join so many business owners from the city and county to raise awareness around mental health, identify gaps within the workplace, and make a difference in Leicestershire.

Lamp is an incredible charity that provides information and support through community events and aims to challenge the stigma, increase awareness and help those whose lives are affected by mental health.

Recently, mental health has been on my mind, both personally and in the workplace – and it’s something I continually try to improve and build upon.”

Mark Evans, an executive coach from Conversations with Impact, said:

"Lamp Business Club was recommended to me by several people, and while it took me an age to get around to joining, I am glad that I did. The passion and commitment shown in my first LBC were plain to see and I look forward to making a difference in any way that I can."

Harinder Sahota, Head of Practice Management at Pattersons Commercial Law said:

"It’s important, now more than ever to recognise the significance of mental health in the workplace and provide the tools and a safe environment for those in need of support. We’re keen to learn, listen and share experiences from the local business community about best practices to do this, whilst supporting the amazing work Lamp does in the community to help those trying to access mental health services."

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