Every two or three days in the run up to The Futures Fest we’ll be announcing some of the exhibitors who’ll be in attendance. We’ve got a great mix of people coming along to the event, so whether you’re looking for a graduate career, apprenticeship, extra training or more qualifications we’re certain you’ll find what you’re looking for. Don’t forget, we’ll also have an extensive lifestyle section crammed with companies who are here to give you all the info you need on everything from health and wellbeing to essential products and services on offer across Scotland.
The British Army
The British Army were one of the first to sign up to the Futures Fest. At their stand they’ll be letting attendees know about the recruitment process, available training, career prospects and relevant vacancies.
Glasgow Regeneration Agency
The GRA was set up to help the people of Glasgow achieve their potential and make the most out of the city they live in. The GRA helps people find the right job for them as well as giving them access to training courses which will make them a bigger asset to employers. They also work with the local communities to generate opportunities for improvement on a number of levels.
The Open University
The Open University offers a massive range of courses, degrees and training options. Whether you’re a recent graduate looking to pick up some extra qualifications while you enter the world of work, or are just looking for a course which fits round your lifestyle, why not come along and see what they have to offer?
Renfield Street Dental Care
Renfield Street Dental Care are one of the leading practices in the city centre of Glasgow. They’ll be on hand to help you learn more about the importance of good oral hygiene. They’ll also be giving away goody bags, offering free check-ups, and will have a free raffle for your chance to win an electric toothbrush. Look out for the amazing tooth whitening discounts too.
The Scottish Institute for Enterprise
If you’d prefer to work for yourself and start your own business then the Scottish Institute for Enterprise can help you out. The SIE are there to give students who want to start up their own business as much expert advice and backing as they can. Whether you want to be the next Bill Gates or just fancy doing what you love, these are the guys who can help you succeed.