Penguins recruits graduates for placement

Agency Penguins has selected two undergraduates to join its team for a 12 month placement.

Gemma Chadwick
Gemma Chadwick

Claire Woodbridge and Patrick Hamilton will join the agency in the positions of junior event coordinator and marketing assistant respectively.

Penguins is a firm believer in investing in future talent, with living proof in operations manager Clare Fagg. Fagg joined the Penguins team for a 12 month placement over 12 years ago. After graduating she returned to the team and has been pivotal in driving the company forward ever since.

Gemma Chadwick, HR manager at Penguins, said: "Penguins is dedicated to nurturing fresh talent to join the event industry ranks. As a team we are excited to welcome Claire and Patrick. We understand the importance and are committed to the development of new talent within the events industry."

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