Xperience Group are taking part in the University of Birmingham’s Virtual Recruitment Fair 2015 – Opening their doors to bright and talented graduates, creating new opportunities for career development…
The virtual recruitment fair, organised by the University of Birmingham, opened on Monday 8th June and will close on Friday 19th June 2015. Xperience Group will be taking part in the fair in order to attract and encourage new talent to join their rapidly expanding business. As a dynamic business software company, with a reputation that precedes them, Xperience Group understand that to continue to grow they need bright new minds to shape the future of the business, something they are committed to nurturing and developing.
Iain O’Kane, Managing Director comments, “At Xperience Group we place a great deal of value on our people. We understand that our people are directly responsible for our success and therefore we are fully committed to developing and investing in our staff. As a technology business it’s important to keep up with the changing pace of the industry and to achieve that we need ambitious and aspiring individuals that are innovative and passionate.”
The virtual recruitment fair is open to all students from the University of Birmingham and will last for two week, from Monday 8th June until Friday 19th. It provides students with the ability to explore a variety employment opportunities that are available to them once they graduate. Business sectors and industries from finance to technical to creative will be represented at the fair, with global brands and local businesses showcasing their current vacancies. Xperience Group will be active via their social media throughout. Follow DMC Software on Twitter here.
Tamsin Burley from the University of Birmingham who organised the event comments, “Previous fairs have been very successful, and we hope to see even more success at this year’s event. This will be the second year that we have hosted the Virtual Recruitment Fair on CANVAS, but we hosted the event for three years previously via Prospects.net.”