Multi-faceted entrepreneur Andrew Osayemi has written a book for graduates and young people to help them get their dream roles using humorous stories from his disastrous teenage love life. Covid-19 has taught us the power of relationships and the need for a more authentic approach to professionalism and with his book “How My Disastrous Teenage Love Life Will Get You An Internship”, Andrew explores a new way of finding work. Andrew is a Netflix TV show creator and co-producer of the highly popular sitcom, Meet the Adebanjos, an ex-financial markets trader and a graduate recruitment expert who has helped thousands of high-potential student get top internships and graduate jobs. He has worked as a graduate recruitment specialist for the award-winning graduate diversity recruitment firm, Rare Recruitment; working with global firms such as JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley, Deutsche Bank and more.
Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon MBE (@aimafidon) to Give Keynote Speech at European #TechWomen Awards @LDNTechWeek
Outstanding Women in Tech From All Over Europe Recognised At Awards Ceremony at The Opening Of London Tech Week
@theequalgroup The Black Lives Matter Movement has exposed cracks in many businesses equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) approach and shone a light on the little progress being made on Race relations within the workplace across the UK. The Equal Group have designed and are delivering services to fill the gaps in companies’ EDI approach regarding the Race conversation.
@AritEminue from @DiVA_Creative is a multi-award winning entrepreneur, career and business coach who empowers people to realise their full potential in careers they enjoy, which in turn helps businesses to grow. Since 2005 she’s supported at least 1000 individuals into employment via Apprenticeships, internships as well as through her group coaching workshops and one to one support.
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