Pedal to Paris

This month, Josh Mellor, our Business Development Director will be cycling from London to Paris with the rest of the “Team 42” group. Here, one of the team talks more about why the British Legion is a cause that means a lot to him, and the importance of aviation principles.
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Victoria Ransom and Katherine Corich bring a global view to the Pure Advantage green growth campaign

Internationally successful kiwi entrepreneurs Victoria Ransom and Katherine Corich were today announced as new trustees for Pure Advantage, the business-led green growth organisation. Ransom, the co-founder of social marketing software firm Wildfire, and Sysdoc Group founder Corich reinforce a high-powered group of trustees that includes founder Phillip Mills, Sir Stephen Tindall, Jeremy Moon, Chris Liddell and Geoff Ross, among others.
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#ItsAPenalty campaign for Rio 2016

This week marks four months until the start of the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. Athletes from all corners of the globe will gather in the Brazilian city to compete at the highest level, and many fans and spectators are travelling to be a part of the Olympic action and atmosphere. However, with this influx of visitors also comes a rise in sexual exploitation, with children at higher risk during major sporting events. 
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Emily starts strong in Abu Dhabi

The Abu Dhabi World Triathlon Series event on the weekend of March 4th-5th marked the start of the 2016 series, and also saw Sysdoc sponsored triathlete Emily Burton get off to a great start on the Arabian peninsula.
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Happy Child International summer soirée

On Saturday 27th June 2015, the Happy Child International foundation will be holding their Summer Soirée. The event, which takes place at the Wotton House Hotel in the Surrey Hills, aims to raise money for their work. This involves caring for children in Brazil and Angola who have been abused, often sexually exploited, and left homeless.
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#ItsAPenalty begins successfully once more


Last week, supporters of the Happy Child International charity campaign #ItsAPenalty gathered at the Brazilian Embassy in London for its second run ahead of the Rio 2016 Olympics. The event included attendees such as Denise Lewis, UK gold medal winning Olympian; Sarah de Carvalho, founder of Happy Child International; and Sysdoc global CEO, Katherine Corich.
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Happy Child International: Guardians

At Sysdoc, a major part of our company ethos is giving back to the global community in which we work. Since 2014 we have supported Happy Child International, a charity which helps children living in deprived areas of Belo Horizonte and Recife in Brazil. Our Global CEO, Katherine Corich, is on the Board of the charity and has a favour to ask.
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A letter from the Philippines

British Humanitarian Aid worker, Linda Cruse, who is at the centre of a typhoon that lashed the Philippines is scrambling to gather emergency food and hygiene supplies for vulnerable families in the remote northern village Carles in Iloilo province on Panay Island.

Sysdoc is proud to support Linda and Be the Change, www.lindacruse.com at this critical time. We have a team on the ground with Linda and have been providing critical financial support to assist with community livelihood recovery.
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Happy Child International

Happy ChildHappy Child International is an organisation that champions the rights of the most at risk children and teenagers in the deprived areas of Belo Horizonte and Recife in Brazil and Lubango, Angola. 


 
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Sysdoc NZ sponsoring the New Zealand vaulting team

Sysdoc NZ is proudly sponsoring the New Zealand Vaulting team, who are attending the World Equestrian Games this September. Horse vaulting involves performing gymnastics on a moving horse and involves incredible skill, effort and teamwork. The Kiwi team (and their horse Ikarus) are the first Vaulting team from New Zealand to compete at the WEG and are off to a strong start ranking 9th out of 17 teams following the initial compulsories. 
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