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Brighton Your Futures

Brighton Your Futures
Employers /exhibitors briefing 10 minutes before doors open

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South London Jobs Fair

South London Jobs Fair
Getting Housing Association residents into employment - in excess of 600 job opportunities were available

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Brighton Your Futures

At the Brighton Your Futures event in 2013, 3D Change worked to tackle the social issue of Brighton-based young people who weren’t in employment, education or training.

Delivered in partnership with Brighton and Hove City Council and others, the 2012 jobs fair was a huge success, with over 1000 job seekers in attendance, who were offered opportunities by 80 exhibitors.  

With 3D Change brokering in excess of 500 job opportunities with employers, the Brighton Your Futures event benefited all stakeholders, and continues to offer the sustainable social and economic regeneration of Brighton.

We successfully delivered the event to Brighton & Hove again in 2014, and we are continuing to develop our work in the city. To find out more, visit the website here.

Benefits for participants

What our attendees had to say:

“TUI Travel found the jobs fair held in Brighton this week extremely positive… We got a lot of interest at the stand and some were also interested in other companies such as Thomson… TUI would definitely be interested in taking part in next year’s project.”

Sophia Wooton, TUI Travel

The event was “helpful in meeting – and cementing relationships with – other local services and training providers. We really look forward to working with Moira and her team again and being involved in future 3D Change initiatives.”  

Lucy Moran, Access to Music

“BIMM very much enjoyed our involvement with Brighton Your Futures, and I very much hope the event will take place again next year.”

Thomas Beck, Brighton Institute of Modern Music
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"I was able to network with decision makers, something which is usually very difficult to achieve. Since the event, I have successfully built some relationships with my target group, housing associations, and potentially have gained some contracts for 2013."Kerry Heath, London Urban Arts