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EY Future of Work Networking

Durham Town Hall


Do you want to play a part in the changing world of business with EY?

The world is changing – and fast. Technology isn’t only redefining the workplace, but also the companies and careers of tomorrow.

We’re not just ready for the future of business. By brokering innovation, and driving disruption from the inside out, we’re leading the way.

At the future of work networking evening we’ll explain exactly what’s driving disruption and the impact it is having on the world of business. We’ll also discuss how EY is bringing human skills and technology together, evolving our workplace, strengthening our culture and becoming truly future ready. And you’ll learn what all this means for you in your future career.

With some jobs fading away, others growing, and those which don’t even exist yet potentially becoming the norm, the careers landscape is transforming and we want to play our part in making sure you’re ready for success.

The evening is your opportunity to;

  • find out more about disruption in the world of business
  • discover the skills you’ll need in the future workplace
  • explore the routes into the business
  • meet, mingle and network with your peers and our people.


Register to secure your place, or email

Event Details

Durham Town Hall
Durham City Centre


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