The SimplyBiz Group is active in the local community to provide support to students and local charities, as well engaging in more national events, both as a company and as individuals, to ensure we are able to put a little bit back.
Each year, the SimplyBiz Group enters The Invesco Perpetual Challenge to take on a two-day endurance race across the highest peaks and rockiest terrains Great Britain has to offer! The Challenge raises funds for the Youth Adventure Trust, which supports some of the most vulnerable young people in the UK.
The SimplyBiz Group is delighted to be the sponsor of the Examiner Community Awards ‘Young Personality of the Year’ category. We are proud to celebrate the triumphs and achievements of young people in and around Huddersfield, some of whom have battled against enormous adversity to make a real difference to the local community.
The SimplyBiz Group are currently working with local schools and universities to provide mentoring programmes through face to face and remote mentoring, supporting students with additional needs and challenges. Additionally, we are working with students to help them prepare for working life, work engaging in career tutorials and mock interviews.
Providing students with work experience opportunities
The SimplyBiz Group are active in the local communities, working with numerous high schools to provide opportunities for work experience placements. This provides valuable knowledge and experience in a variety of roles as well as understanding of the financial services industry.
The SimplyBiz Group runs an apprentice and graduate programme designed to provide opportunities for internship and short-term placements. We have some great success stories where we have converted placements into full time employees.
The SimplyBiz Group plc, The John Smith's Stadium, Stadium Way, Huddersfield HD1 6PG. Registered in England under Company No. 09619906.
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