GradTouch, the UK’s most-followed graduate jobs board, and leading student assessment centre provider, SRS, have revealed the new brand for their group business, Careerpass Network.
The new network launches with services that encompass media and display, talent assessment and processing and industry-leading creative, and it’s all underpinned with a single technology platform that tracks candidate data throughout their career.
Zac Williams, Co-Founder of GradTouch and Chief Executive Officer at Careerpass Network, said: “2019 was a record year for both GradTouch and SRS, and following our merger, along with the acquisition of university society sponsorship software, Kaampus, it was time for us to unify under one exciting new name and brand.”
“Careerpass Network offers the industry a fully-integrated service to its clients”
“Typically leading brands go to a broad range of different providers for many different services across recruitment advertising,” adds Williams, “but Careerpass Network offers the industry a fully-integrated service to its clients, with products and offerings across media placement, branding, campus engagement and talent processing.”
GradTouch and Kaampus have a combined database of over 500,000 university students and graduate candidates and SRS hosts assessment centre and recruitment processing events with attendances of up to 500 students a day.
Between these brands Careerpass Network has the ability to engage with hundreds of thousands of student and graduate candidates across multiple channels, with creative services being provided by the network’s in-house agency, Offended.Marketing.
Careerpass Network’s Chief Strategy Officer and Founder of SRS, Sophie Milliken, says, “the wide range of services we offer across the network helps us achieve our core goals of improving the career outcomes of young people in the UK and allows our clients to attract and nurture the talent they need more effectively.”
The unification of the Careerpass Network means the business now has offices in London, Manchester and Newcastle.
Chief Brand Officer at Careerpass Network, Sean Talbot, says: “Each individual brand within the network works in similar ways and with shared goals – being honest and providing impactful work that helps others, whether that’s students looking for meaningful employment, employers wanting to diversify their workforce or universities hoping to boost the prospects of their students”
“Our values are centred around integrity, trust, empowerment and understanding,” he adds, “and we’re all working together to hold ourselves to these standards to really improve the industry for everyone.”