ThirtyThree event to take a look at the US graduate market


The next 33Presents breakfast session takes place in March, and will be taking a look at some of the differences between graduates in the UK and US, as well as exploring how organisations can tailor their approach to both markets.

The morning’s main speaker is Nicole Dorskind, MD at ThirtyThree’s New York office. She has a wealth of employer marketing experience in the US, having worked with clients including KPMG, LEGO, Audible and Barclays. She’ll be sharing insights from nine years of industry experience – and shedding a light on what’s important to US graduates.

Also speaking will be Matt Derrick, a client director in ThirtyThree’s London office. He has managed graduate communications for PwC in the UK for the past three years, playing a key role in maintaining their top-ranked graduate employer status in the Times Top 100 Graduate Employer list. Having recently returned from a fact-finding mission across US campuses, Matt comes to this breakfast session with plenty of wisdom to share.

Chaired by Marcus Body, ThirtyThree’s senior consultant, brand and insight, the event is set to be full of interesting content and informative discussion – laying clear the differences in graduate attraction on both sides of the pond, once and for all.

The event takes place on Wednesday 22 March at the Bazalgette Room, House of St Barnabas, 1 Greek Street, Soho Square, London W1D 4NQ

Breakfast will be served from 8:30am and presentations will run from 9am to 10:30am.

Numbers for this client event are limited so confirm your attendance by contacting Zoe Freeman.

Monday, 27 February 2017

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