The State of Early Talent

Your Future Talent Recruitment Partner

Join us for the latest updates on Early Talent as we hit the half way point of 2019. Survey results of 2018/19 intakes will be in, with updates on Social Media, Schools and Parental Influence from our speaker panel and data analysis.

Wednesday 12th June 2019

12:30pm – 4:30pm | Eight Club – London

Register your interest for this event here.

Our event partners along with social media experts, research analysts and industry experts from universities and leading organisations will be speaking at the event and will be discussing and sharing their thoughts around the headline topics.

The event will be hosted in central London and run from 12:30pm through to 4:30pm. The afternoon will revolve around the State of Early Talent and feature three speakers who will in turn present data, trends and thoughts on market best practice.

The event will finish at 4:30pm where drinks will be provided as well as the opportunity to network with group.

Schedule

12:30pm – Arrival/Registration

12:30pm – 1:30pm – LUNCH

1:30pm – 2:15pm – Panel of ET recruiters – who will respond to findings from our recent State of Early Talent survey.

2:15pm – 2:30pm – Miss Macaroon – sharing her perspective on early talent and how her experiences of Early Talent can have lessons for us all.

2:30pm – 2:45pm – COFFEE BREAK

2:45pm – 3:30pm – Thoughts and Trends from a University perspective – Warwick Business School and student panel

3:30pm – 4pm – Engaging Gen Z – Ami Stewart – The Guardian

4pm – 4:10pm – CLOSE

Drinks and networking afterwards.

Our Guest Speakers

Cohesion are delighted that Rosie Ginday, CEO of Miss Macaroon will be joining us on the 12th June as a guest speaker.

Rosie Ginday, CEO of social enterprise Miss Macaroon talks about her perspective on early talent as she helps under-privileged young people to become work ready and break in to a career. Rosie will talk about her work with care leavers, ex-offenders and those with mental health issues, and how her experiences of this category of Early Talent can have lessons for us all.