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New Year. New Breakfast News. New partner. New conversation. Brave new world. Same old cooked breakfast

On 5 March, we start a new cycle of GTI Breakfast News events, in association with AGR once more but with a brand new partner, Havas People. 598 more words


Here comes summer! End of Year 2? Here's what you should do...

Breathe a sigh of relief!  You’re coming to the end of your second year, ok you have exams to get over and those last assignments to write and submit – but let’s face it, were nearly there!  979 more words

Applications And CVs

SMEs: Spotlight On... The Employer

Who: Marc Crouch

What: Managing Director

Where: Umi Digital

Umi Digital helps independent hotels and restaurants to generate direct revenue without using online third party sites by making it as easy as possible to set up and build a cohesive web presence. 320 more words


How to get the experience SMEs and startups are looking for

People regularly complain about the catch-22 of unemployment: You can’t get a job without experience and you can’t get experience without a job. Like all employers, SMEs and startups are looking for people that can add value to their organisation, and the best way to show that is to have added value at some point in the past. 344 more words


Does a bad rep stop students making applications?

There’s a depressing narrative being aired relentlessly in the media in the run-up to the General Election in May. It goes roughly as follows: young people are unengaged with politics and view all politicians as two-faced, self-serving lying bastards. 858 more words


Let Your Passion Be Strong

These days we all have to write a lot of cover letters, attend a lot of interviews and then there’s the dreaded N-word, networking. You may have been told that the key to all of these is exactly the same thing: Passion. 353 more words


Referees - Who to Choose?

In the last couple of weeks quite a few students have asked me about referees. Were they important? Did you need to include them on your CV? 483 more words