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Shortlist for “Placement of the Year 2016” announced
10 August 2016

e-Placement Scotland is delighted to announce that Klik2Learn, Pulsion Technology, and ThinkAnalytics have been shortlisted for the Placement of the Year Award at this year’s ScotSoft Awards Dinner. Representatives from the companies, as well as the students, will join us at The Edinburgh International Conference Centre on 6th October 2016, to celebrate alongside 800 guests from the industry.

Since the e-Placement programme was set up in 2010, all three companies have demonstrated considerable investment in growing and nurturing tech talent through student placements, and submitted outstanding applications for this year’s award. In all cases, the students were able to make valuable contributions in solving real-life business problems, benefitting the companies, their customers, and of course the students’ career development.

We look forward to an evening of celebrating Klik2Learn, Pulsion Technology, and ThinkAnalytics’ fantastic contributions to reducing the digital technology skills gap in Scotland. Want to play your part? Learn more about e-Placement here, or get in touch for more information.

ScotSoft is the largest IT event in Scotland. Interested in coming along? Book your place here.

Jamie Duncan
Employer Engagement
e-Placement Scotland
jamie.duncan@scotlandis.com
01506 472 200

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