October 18, 2021
To kickstart National Graduate Week, we are excited to welcome Kinga Bugara to Bradbury Group, as Marketing Graduate.
Kinga is the first in our latest graduate recruitment drive and will be joined by two business graduates and one engineering graduate on the 1st November 2021.
Kinga recently graduated with a degree in Business & Marketing from Sheffield Hallam University, where she also had an opportunity to participate in Erasmus programme and study abroad in Croatia during her semester.
Kinga commented “Erasmus program has built up my confidence, to travel away from home and reach the success I truly desire, I can always look back and thank my Erasmus experience for teaching me to take risks, be bolder, and to travel more, because it’s my unique journey”.
Kinga will spend the next few months learning all aspects of marketing, before taking on the management of a variety of marketing activities, such as designing marketing assets for the group of brands, running the group’s social media channels, and undertaking market intelligence. Kinga will also support with marketing campaigns and the organising of events and exhibitions.
“I am excited to turn my knowledge into action, meanwhile learning and developing valuable career skills” commented Kinga.
“We firmly believe in the importance of developing young people” says Samm Honeybell, Early Careers Recruiter. “Young people are our future and bring to a company fresh ideas and innovative thinking. Our Early Careers programme continues to grow and shape the future of Bradbury Group, with projects such as Corporate Social Governance and new ways of working. We are excited to see how the programme will shape Bradbury in the future!”
In the coming weeks, Bradbury Group will decide upon the next phase of Early Careers and the plans for 2022. Find out more about Bradbury Early Careers.
National Graduates Week commenced today and runs from 18th to 22nd October 2021. The week is designed to celebrate graduate talent and ensures university students and graduates are connected to the world of employment, giving both students and graduates the insights they need, to make well informed decisions.