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Paul Roberts, Graduate & Early Careers Resourcing Manager, AXA UK will be one of the expert speakers at our Early Years Careers conference.

Early Careers and Development conference gathers the best HR specialists who share their exclusive expertise on how to take graduate, apprentice and entry-level programmes to the next level. We are happy to announce that one of them is Paul Roberts, Graduate & Early Careers Resourcing Manager, AXA UK.

At Early Careers and Development 2016 (Kensington Close Hotel, London, July 14) Paul will share his experience in developing powerful digital campaigns to source new talent. If you attend his presentation you will have a chance to learn:An HR professional and early careers specialist for over 15 years, Paul has led and grown the graduate, internship and apprenticeship proposition at AXA UK over the last 8 years. Passionate about contributing to business success through the identification and development of talent, in improving the employability of young people, and in growing the profile of careers in the insurance industry. Paul is a key contributor to AXA’s global graduate initiatives including a new global graduate brand, an annual global graduate camp in Paris to bring leaders and graduates together, and the multi-award winning Great Global Adventure game.

  • Differentiating yourself and growing global brand awareness to stand out in the competitive student market
  • Developing an end-to-end digital and social strategy to attract the best talent
  • Using gamification, social media and digital presence to maximise reach
  • Case study on the multi-award-winning Great Global Adventure from AXA

Take a look at our exciting line-up of Early Careers Development 2016 (London, July 14) and learn about other top speakers at this event – click here.

Rebecca joined the HRreview editorial team in January 2016. After graduating from the University of Sheffield Hallam in 2013 with a BA in English Literature, Rebecca has spent five years working in print and online journalism in Manchester and London. In the past she has been part of the editorial teams at Sleeper and Dezeen and has founded her own arts collective.