New York, March 2016
Due to the expansion of its graduate recruitment business, GTI Recruiting Solutions has officially opened its first office in the United States at Penn Plaza, NYC.
With its head office in the UK and operations across EMEA and APAC, GTI Recruiting Solutions has now set its sights across The Pond, motivated by a major acquisition of a significant US-based client. With a foothold in this exciting new graduate market, GTI plans to further expand its international reach, offering graduate recruitment solutions throughout the United States.
“We’re incredibly excited by this new venture,” said Hannah Harrison, GTI Recruiting Solutions’ Business Director.
‘The Internet of Everything’, the concept of embedding physical objects (tools, vehicles, buildings etc) with technology and connecting them to the internet, is swiftly becoming an intrinsic facet of our modern world.
Examples range from a toothbrush that can tell your smartphone how well you’re brushing your teeth, to sensors within aircraft engines, which monitor data and faults and share them in real time.
It is this growing ubiquity of the Internet of Everything (aka the ‘Internet of Things’) that led eight teams of undergraduates to Cisco’s UK headquarters on 11 February, ready to compete in the grand final of the Switch-Up Challenge.
On the 14th March, London’s iconic BT Tower will host some exceptionally driven teenagers, as the gauntlet is thrown-down to identify the best and brightest school leaver from around the country.
They will be competing in the Grand Final of the TARGETcareers School Leavers' Challenge - a regional and nationwide championship, headline partnered by BT, and supported by leading talent assessment experts Capp.
Oxford, February 2015
In the trendence School Leaver Study, a recent survey of around 9,000 UK school students in years 7−13, it was found that the principal reason for not entering further education was wanting to earn money straight away, swiftly followed by not wishing to get into debt.
However, university-bound students focused on longer term career aspects, such as needing to get a qualification for their hopeful future vocation and believing that attending higher education would ensure a ‘better’ job. Research showed that for university-bound students the recent increase in tuition fees had little impact on this decision.
OXFORD, 17 December 2015. We are pleased to announce that the leading careers advice organisation, Inspiring Futures, has become part of Group GTI. Furthermore GTI is investing £500,000 in careers support for schools and their students.