A group of companies which provide IT infrastructure, data storage, cyber security and cloud technology solutions are boosting their presence in Greater Birmingham through a key partnership with Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce (GBCC).
Athena Vaults are sponsoring the GBCC’s 2019 events wall and digital events planner, which will be distributed to all members and available online from January.
The wall planner, digital events calendar and associated digital assets - which detail more than 250 events run by the GBCC in 2019 - will receive an estimated one-million impressions throughout the year.
Athena Vaults, who are based in the heart of Birmingham where they own a 103,000 sq ft data centre, aim to help companies in Birmingham and surrounding areas combat the stresses of developing, maintaining and protecting their business, by providing the best possible infrastructure and support.
They are led by chief executive Andrew Acton who has held senior positions with organisations such as Mapfre, CPP, Floors-2-Go, Carpetright and the 401 Foundation Trust.
As well as sponsoring the wall and digital events planner, Athena Vaults have become members of the Chambers’ 1813 Club.
Andrew said: “We believe that by supporting the Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce in the UK’s second city to help its members, we are contributing to the overall success of the region.
“We are proud to be part of the journey for many companies who are either wanting to embark on or deserve better with regards to their digital transformation journey.
“Our companies cover data centres, cloud tech, GDPR and cyber security, meaning that we can help any organisation looking for growth and a secure area in which to place their business.”
Paul Faulkner, chief executive of the GBCC, said: “We are delighted that Athena Vaults have recognised the value in our services to help support their awareness campaign in the region.
“We greatly look forward to working with Andrew and the team in 2019 and connecting them to members who are seeking expertise in vitally important areas such as IT infrastructure, data centres, cyber security and cloud technology.”