UK’s leading bar and restaurant operators Late Night London, have launched a graduate programme and it will welcome three graduates this summer for a six month placement.
Georgina Coleman, Head of Sales at Late Night London, said of the new recruitment drive: “As a business we take great pride in recruiting new talent into the events industry. Launching a graduate programme will allow us to continue to grow within the sector through our people. Late Night London is a great place to learn your craft, the diversity of our venues means that no two events are the same”.
The programme approached potential candidates with three challenges; one-to-one interviews with key stakeholders of the business, a practical exercise and finished with a team building activity. Following this Coleman selected the three successful candidates.
This summer the meetings and events team will welcome; Ivo Gavin, an Economics graduate from Oxford Broookes University; Chloe Abou-Ghosn, a Business Management graduate from the University of Birmingham and Natalie Mitchell, a professional Musical Theatre graduate from The Performers College.
The application process for Late Night London’s Graduate Programme for begins in April 2016.