10th December 2018. Stockholm based Iptor Supply Chain Systems a leader in supply chain management, planning and logistics software and services, is celebrating Christmas with a fund-raising art exhibition and sale on 17th December to support its global Making A Difference charity initiative. To be held at Nosh and Chow, the exhibition will see 30 pieces of art – donated by Iptor from a private collection at the renowned Galleri Agardh & Tornvall – being sold to raise funds for the Orange Road Foundation. The Foundation, established by an Iptor employee, aims to provide better living conditions for the poorest inhabitants of the Republics of Rwanda and Madagascar by improving education and healthcare and providing social assistance.
Works of art by Karl Höglund, Marika Lang, Lennart Jirlow, Ingbritt Lagerber will be on sale and will be priced according to the latest valuation from Galleri Agardh & Tornvall. Interested buyers will be asked to submit their offers in private and will be notified after the event if they were successful.
Iptor’s Making A Difference charity initiative aims to support children and elderly people who are living in poverty by improving the communities in which they live. The company conducts a continual programme of activity around this, including community outreach, employee volunteering, fund-raising events and charity projects around the world. At Christmas last year Iptor supported ‘Vientos de paz y esperanza’, a non-profit group supporting Andean communities, in their mission to bring hope to disadvantaged children and elderly people in Peru and in May Iptor partnered with the It’s All About The Kids Foundation in San Diego to help families who are struggling to feed their children.
Christopher Catterfeld, Chief Marketing & Product Officer at Iptor, “We began our Making A Difference initiative last year and it has gained real momentum supporting disadvantaged families around the world. This year is set to be the most successful year in Iptor’s history and it is important that we continue to give back to our communities. The art exhibition provides residents in the city we were founded in not only the opportunity to buy unique art pieces but also to help raise funds which will help improve the lives of people less fortunate than ourselves.”
Event location and time
Date: 17th December 2018
Location: Nosh and Chow; Norrlandsgatan 4, 111 43 Stockholm
Time: 18:00-22:00 CET
About Iptor Supply Chain Systems
Iptor Supply Chain Systems is a global leader in supply chain management, planning and logistics software and services. The company helps distribution-focused organizations solve their most complex order management and fulfilment challenges within fast-moving, multi-channel and global supply chains.
Serving 1,250 customers with 4,000 installations in more than 40 countries, Iptor Supply Chain Systems provides fully integrated enterprise solutions, with highly adaptable and robust software backed by world-class support from supply chain experts. Available on-premise or as a fully managed cloud service, Iptor Supply Chain Systems offers compelling value to clients across distribution, 3PL and publishing sectors. For more information, visit: www.iptor.com
For more information on Iptor’s Making A Difference initiative please visit at our https://iptor.com/making-a-difference/
Orange Road Foundation
For more information on Orange Road Foundation please visit www.pomaranczowadroga.pl/en/the-orange-road-foundation/
Galleri Agardh & Tornvall
For more information about Galleri Agardh & Tornvall please visit http://www.agardh-tornvall.se/om-galleriet/
Ralph Charlton at Charlton Communications
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