GRN Webinar: The View From Campus – Lessons from 2020
February 10 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
ABOUT GRN WEBINARS
Launched in 2009, Graduate Recruiters Network (GRN) has over 2,900 members.
For 8 years we have run events and webinars for our members. Join us for our 14th invitation-only live GRN webinar designed just for graduate recruiters. Discover the changing behaviours of students, graduates and employers from the findings from one of the UK’s leading professional institutions. The agenda will be as follows;
12:30pm Introduction and Welcome – Dan Hawes, Co-Founder at GRB. Understand the background to GRN and the learning outcomes for today’s webinar.
12:40pm GRN Webinar: The View From Campus – Lessons From 2020 with Lynne Hamilton-Gow, Head of Student Recruitment and Marketing at ICAEW. How did 2020 change employer and student behaviour on campus? Learn first-hand so you can adapt your graduate recruitment plans for 2021.
1:10pm Q&A Chaired by Dan Hawes
1:30pm Other Business And Close
Lynne Hamilton-Gow is the Head of Student Recruitment and Marketing at ICAEW and her team are responsible for marketing ICAEW Chartered Accountancy qualifications to potential new students, employers and influencers and also provide supporting and engaging communications to retain existing students and employers in the UK and internationally.
Dan Hawes is Co-Founder of Graduate Recruitment Bureau (GRB) who are the go-to platform for first-class University students, graduates and recruiters. Established in 1997 by two graduates we have 40 staff and over 1,800 clients across all sectors with clients such as the Post Office, IBM, Unilever and Ocado and several fast-growing SMEs. Our recruitment experts have successfully matched over 8,000 graduates with full time graduate level jobs.
In addition, he is responsible for B2B marketing and representing GRB, Metrica and Cortex to recruiters in the UK successfully ensuring they remain connected with the best employers and the first choice for first-class graduate talent.
>> This webinar will be recorded and circulated afterwards <<