Diverse career show to pool together the nation’s talent in inclusive business event
Backed by a host of industry leaders, the careers showcase will reach out to candidates all across the nation looking for employers who want to invest in a diverse and inclusive workforce.
Aimed at graduates and experienced hire with ambitions of broadcasting with the BBC, flying planes with the Royal Air Force, training in technology and trading with BP, or even just looking to improve their CV, the Diversity Careers Show could help to make them happen.
Headline sponsor, Societe Generale and supporting sponsors, BP, Google and the RAF will all have a strong presence at what has become the UK’s biggest diversity and inclusivity careers event, now in its sixth year. Each company will offer practical advice and information for jobseekers and give the expected 3,000+ attendees the chance to discover new employment opportunities from some of the country’s most well-known employers.
Many other world-leading companies like Google, Dell, Tesco, Sky, Virgin Media and the Telegraph Group are amongst the exhibitors committed to helping attendees achieve the best they possibly can.
Event organiser, Sarah Garrett, Director of Square Peg Media, said:
“Unemployment rates are at their lowest since the Diversity Careers Show began. It’s great to see so many employers who want to invest in an inclusive workplace. We’ve seen some great success stories over the years and aim to continue matching top employers with the best candidates.”
“The Diversity Careers Show is a fantastic opportunity for people to have their career horizons expanded, learn new skills and talk to career experts”
From one-on-one advice in the CV Clinic, to vocational workshops, the Diversity Career Show aims to give jobseekers everything they could need to make their mark as a candidate in the job-seeking world.
The show is free to attend and will run between 10:30am and 5:00pm on Friday 17 October. For more information and to register your place, visit diversitycareersshow.com.