Hope for London Business School graduates
Demands for London Business school graduates appear unfazed despite the stagnancy in the economic growth as more employers seek to recruit London Business talents.
The newly introduced Recruitment evenings which is a mixed business sector yearly event, was attended by a huge number of recruiters and entrepreneurial heads in search on new talents with more than 150 job openings available for the right aspirants.
Business present at the event spanned many industries, including finance, healthcare, energy, technology, industrial, as well as new businesses. Employers sort candidates for a variety of positions in Europe, the US, China and Africa. The event gave recruiters the chance to meet individuals with diverse talents suitable for positions ranging from graduates through to experienced hires.
More than 500 London Business School graduates, as well as 150 alumni attended the event with an exceptional opportunity to showcase their talents to representatives from companies including eBay, Capco, Facebook, Lloyds Banking Group, Vodafone, IBM, and more. A record number of new businesses were also present at the event including, onefinestay, Songkick, Opower, HotelTonight and Project Oscar.
One of the students who attest to the benefits of such events is John Kent, formerly in the military sector as a paratrooper. John has seen an upturn change in his career since starting his MBA degree at London Business School, building new entrepreneurial qualities to enhance his career.
“Tech start-ups offer the chance to activate the full range of your talents and abilities. These companies reward initiative and audacity and the emphasis is on performance rather than hierarchy,” he said. “I wanted the opportunity to be a part of something special, something changing the way we shop, travel, communicate, or work.”
Commenting on one of his achievements at the school, which is a technology start-up treks organised by London Business School,
“In this space, and particularly because of the less structured recruiting practices, there is no substitute for getting out into their world and meeting people to forge connections through the LBS network,”
David Morris, Head of Corporate Sectors at London Business School’s Career Services, stated: “The London technology scene has grown with the emphasis on Tech City ‘Silicon Roundabout’ in east London over the last couple of years”. Commenting on the growth and popularity of start-ups, he continues by saying.
“With a growing number of start-up incubators, work spaces and start-up events , our students get an excellent opportunity of connecting with the next ‘hot’ start-up for career opportunities or to discuss their own business ideas.”
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