Exponential-e has announced the launch of its seventh Academy, the second such programme within six months that will see the recruitment of eight young people to specially-created trainee sales roles. Exponential-e’s strong growth in 2013 has led to the creation of 30-40 new vacancies in all areas of expertise, and the Academy aims to not only meet this demand but also kick-start young people’s careers in technology.
The programme, which begins with assessment days in February 2014, will commence in March and see the successful recruits participate in an eight week training programme. Exponential-e has also appointed a dedicated academy manager, ensuring the on-going success of the programme. The programme is designed to ensure the recruits are not only knowledgeable of innovative communications and Cloud services, but will also provide wider commercial knowledge and experience across the business.
Academy recruits are trained to enable them to sell leading ICT and network services into some of the largest businesses in the UK. Successful recruits will be trained on business technology issues and demands for secure, private networks and Cloud solutions, and fully integrated into Exponential-e’s sales team.
Lee Wade, Exponential-e CEO comments: “Exponential-e believes in providing opportunities to support and help young people. As a successful and growing company, we are able to contribute to young people’s careers from an early point and help them begin their careers in technology from a great starting point.”
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