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FDM Newcastle Open Evening - IT and Business Consultancy Graduate Programme

Royal Station Hotel

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Interested in a career in Business and IT? FDM, the UK’s leading IT graduate employer is holding an open evening in Newcastle at the Royal Station Hotel on Thursday 20th Feburary.

FDM Group is excited to welcome you to our open evening to give you an insight into the life of an IT and business Consultant. Don't miss the chance to learn more about the careers opportunities that FDM Group can offer you. You will have a chance to meet several members of the team including current Consultants that work on site with one of our 180+ market leading clients.

The event will start with a Welcome Talk from one of our senior managers and continue with insights into the different career routes available to you. The evening will end with some food and a networking event with the FDM Family.

Don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity to come and learn more about FDM and how we can help launch your career in the Digital World.

 If you would like to attend, please register using the link below

 https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/fdm-newcastle-open-evening-it-and-business-consultancy-graduate-programme-tickets-42318756540

    

Event Details

Royal Station Hotel
Neville Street
Newcastle Upon Tyne
NE1 5DH


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