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Adopt an Intern partners with the Scottish Business Awards

We’re proud to announce a brand new partnership with the Scottish Business Awards inaugural daytime networking event the ‘Festival of Entrepreneurship’.

Through this exciting new partnership we are offering our employers and our partner networks an exclusive discount to attend the event. Not only this, all of our employers are also able to take advantage of a special “Take their Intern Free” offer when they purchase their own ticket.

The Festival of Entrepreneurship will take place on the afternoon of the Scottish Business Awards ceremony on 12 November in Edinburgh and will bring together over 800 business leaders from across Scotland. An opportunity for networking, the festival will celebrate the incredible contribution entrepreneurs and growing SMEs are making to the Scottish economy and will feature a keynote speech by Sir Chris Hoy.

To register your interest in the Adopt an Intern 20% discount please click here and we will be in touch to tell you more. This is a time-limited offer and we recommend you register your interest early to avoid disappointment.

Adopt an Intern’s CEO, Joy Lewis, said: “Our simple mission is to connect our talented graduate population with employers throughout Scotland.  We know that this benefits employers, our economy and not least of all the graduates themselves in finding life changing work experience. The Festival of Entrepreneurship is an ideal platform to showcase this and we are proud to be part of it.

Speaking about the partnership with Adopt An Intern, event manager Alan Mahon said: “The role that Adopt An Intern play in the Scottish economy is becoming increasingly important. Adopt An Intern is linking talented, hungry graduates with high growth SMEs to the benefit of employer, employee and the skills base Scottish economy in the long term. This is another aspect of success we want to celebrate at the Festival.”

The proceeds from ticket sales from the event, which is supported by the People’s Postcode Lottery, KPMG Enterprise, the Sunday Times and BQ Magazine, will go towards the Scottish Business Awards supported charities which include the Scottish Edge fund which will support future generations of entrepreneurs in Scotland.Visit the Scottish Business Awards website for more information on the Festival of Entrepreneurship.


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