13th February 2019
Some of the top line points we’ll cover include:
The opportunity early careers offers in your diversity and inclusion strategy
How you can use social media to engage with the right audience
What characteristics are employers looking for?
Technologies and techniques to supercharge your early careers programmes
Your reviewing careers fairs. What are the alternatives?
Which student communities are most active
How real-time communications have impacted engagement
This event will offer:
Free consultations from marketing leading experts (facilitated meeting format)
Access to a roundtable discussion w/ industry peers + 2 in-house speakers
Breakfast with great coffee, lunch, beers and wine
Post-event networking drinks w/ industry peers
Kath Ennis - Regional Head of Graduate Recruitment @ Deutsche Bank
Kath has 15 years’ experience in HR and specialises in Early Careers, Training and Development. In 2010 Kath moved to Deutsche Bank where she has been in Global Training and Programme Management for Markets, Internal Mobility for Senior Tech and Ops managers and an HR Business Partner for Global Operations. She is currently Head of the UK & EMEA Graduate Recruiting function where she is responsible for all pipeline programmes and graduate hiring.
Hannah Levy - Senior Business Development Manager at Debut
Browns Covent Garden - 82-84 St Martin's Ln, Covent Garden, London WC2N 4AG
This full-day event will look at the end to end process of early careers, covering - attraction, engagement, selection, process management and development.
As part of the day, you’ll have the opportunity to meet industry experts who can provide insight across each stage, highlighting technologies, techniques and showcasing best practice in this changing market.
Following the meetings, we’ll enter into an extended round-table discussion, led by Kath Ennis @ Deutsche Bank who will be covering a range of themes with the headline topic on inclusion and diversity.