ExCeL LONDON, 23 & 24 November 2018, 9.30am - 4pm

The UK's biggest jobs and careers event

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Supporting the future of jobs and skills in the Capital

We are inviting leading employers to support and influence the continued growth and expansion of the Skills London event for the 30,000+ young people, parents and families who attend every year.

Partners will gain awareness with key audiences including:

  • 15-19 age group who are actively seeking careers, recruitment and directional opportunities
  • Key influencers including parents, families, teachers and career guidance professionals
  • Stakeholders, including the Mayor of London

Becoming a Skills London Partner will:

  • Offer you a cost effective way to enhance your profile in the lead up to Skills London and at the event
  • Link you to debates around the future of London’s jobs and skills
  • Ensure that your important jobs and career messages are disseminated directly to all schools and colleges, as well as community groups across London.
  • Differentiate your offer to recruit the best
  • Influence the continued growth of London’s biggest jobs and careers event

Being a partner offers you:

A Skills London partnership enables your organisation to have the following
benefits for £12,000 + VAT. 

Download the Partnership Brochure here.

2017 partnerships include:

  • Your logo on branding associated with the event, including: posters, leaflets, signage, website, social media, schools and exhibitor newsletters, as well as prominent promotion across the London Underground and DLR networks
  • Your logo on the front cover of the event guide given free to all visitors
  • Full page advertorial feature within the event guide given free to all visitors
  • Your name associated within a targeted industry zone or other key element of the event
  • Your logo on relevant branding at the event, including floor stickers and large format maps
  • An opportunity to display and distribute marketing material within the Careers and Enterprise Hub
  • Involvement in the official opening
  • Involvement in training days for exhibitors
  • An opportunity to influence the Skills London focus group
  • Editorial in school and colleges e-newsletters 
  • Early access to evaluation data
  • Help with connections to your target school and college audiences
  • Inclusion in PR and media campaigns
  • Involvement in the delivery of an interactive feature in one of the key zones
  • Deliver industry insights talks at the event
  • Help deliver Employability Skills Workshops to schools in the lead up to the event

For more information please call: Jen Delderfield at Prospects on 020 8315 1010

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