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Webinar Recording

This webinar has now ended. However, if you missed it, you can watch the webinar in full below!

If you have a particular focus on engaging with a niche audiences such as women in Technology, Engineering and Consulting (TEC), then this webinar is a must watch event.

Based on insights gathered from research by Meet & Engage partnered with Bright Network into the mindsets of female undergrads aspiring to a career in TEC, hosts Nicola Sullivan (Meet & Engage), early careers expert Kate Llewellyn-Cripps (Pod Consulting) and recruitment technology guru Kirstie Kelly have a detailed discussion on the findings and emerging key themes found in a panel discussion style webinar.

Lasting 40 minutes including a Q&A, for those looking to drive engagement with STEM talent, this webinar is not to be missed.

 

If you have any questions or you’re interested to find out more, you can contact Nicola at nicola.sullivan@meetandengage.com

Meet the HOSTS

KATE
LLEWELLYN-CRIPPS

NICOLA
SULLIVAN

KIRSTIE
KELLY

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