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Mainstream consumers drive fair trade certified sales up 24 percent


Leading mental health charity Mind is taking its campaign to improve mental health in the workplace to the UBM Responsible Partnerships Exhibition 2011, promoting its range of services to improve working environments and business efficacy.

Every year UK businesses lose £26 billion and 70 million working days through mental ill health at work so Mind is working with employers through its Taking Care of Business campaign to help improve working environments for staff. The charity will also be demonstrating the potential benefits of Mind Workplace, its consultancy and training programme designed to enhance productivity by improving business practices.

Mind will also be promoting its range of corporate partnership options, highlighting its current Charity of the Year partnership with Veolia Environmental Services and recent work with organisations including Friends Provident and the Royal Bank of Scotland, highlighting its ability help businesses from all sectors fulfil their CSR objectives.

The UBM Responsible Partnerships Exhibition 2011 takes place at the Business Design Centre in Islington on March 17 and 18. For further details head to http://www.responsiblebusinessevent.org.

Notes to editors

  • Mind is the leading mental health charity in England and Wales. We work to create a better life for everyone with experience of mental distress. www.mind.org.uk

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