A 25-strong team from HSBC will be tackling the 2015 Morrisons Great Birmingham Run Business Challenge next month for a host of good causes.
Staff from as far afield as London and Sheffield will descend on the city on October 18 to take on this year's half marathon and raise cash for a variety of individual charities.
Among those fund-raising is Sukhy Bhullar who has chosen to run for The Lily Mae Foundation, which supports parents after stillbirth or neonatal death, after his daughter Keira was stillborn in September 2014.
Team co-ordinator Sarah Kerrigan said: "Runners fund-raise for many excellent causes and are hoping to raise as much as possible.
"We are looking forward to putting in the best performance we can this year.
"Paul Coleman, from Birmingham's commercial team, completed the run in an hour and 29 minutes last year so hopefully he can top that."
Mr Coleman and colleague Tracey Vaughan took part in the Great Runs in Birmingham and Manchester last year and will tackle the Great Yorkshire Run on September 27 ahead of Birmingham's race in October.
Business Challenge teams must be a minimum of four people and a maximum of eight but companies can enter as many teams as they want in male, female or mixed-sex categories.
Mixed teams must have a minimum of two men and two women.
Team members must be 16 years of age or over on race day and placings are based on the accumulated first four finishing times in each team.
Every team that enters 12 or more employees will receive their own personalised company engraved plaque.
Visit www.greatrun.org/Birmingham for more details and to enter the Great Birmingham Run.