Vitae London Is Changing The Future With Time

Celebrating The Season Of Love While Spreading The Lights Of Joy And Knowledge

London, England – February 7, 2017: Vitae London has announced that they will continue to play their role in reducing poverty with each wristwatch sold. For the Valentine’s Day of 2017, Vitae London is the most elegant as well as an affordable gift people can give to their loved one. The company is based in London and supports the educational expenses of young students with each sale. The company was recently featured on CNN as the world’s first wrist watch company to support the children’s education. Young children of Africa have been greatly supported, and as the sales increase in 2017, more children will benefit.

“We love that we get to combine our passion for reasonably priced luxury watches with our passion for changing the lives of children. Join us on this journey.” Said William Adoasi, the CEO of Vitae London. “Our goal as an organization is simply to combine classic and beautiful design with social justice. Pairing minimalist concepts with stylish modernity, our watches are subtle yet slim and  sophisticated timepieces suited to everyone.” He added.

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William has made it a mission of his life to help the underprivileged children get an education and make a better future for themselves. The ultimate vision of Vitae London is to support the education of children throughout Africa and for that purpose, everyone is encouraged to participate in this journey because each watch enables its buyer to make that contribution. Vitae London helps children by getting them uniform sets, books and other accessories necessary to continue their education.

Valentine’s Day is the ultimate day when people all around the world celebrate and express their love, and there is no better way to make the loved ones happy by giving them their first Vitae as a gift while simultaneously helping the children. Vitae has been featured on CNN, MTV, BBC, BuzzFeed, etc. and William is currently setting up an exhibition to give the African children a platform to share their stories with the rest of the world.

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Company Name: Vitae London
Contact Person: William Adoasi [CEO]
Country: United Kingdom