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The Grand Hotel Eastbourne supports next generation at BIG Futures Show

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Young people in Eastbourne were given the chance to think about their future careers and discover the many opportunities available to them locally, including careers in the hospitality industry, at the BIG Futures Show on Wednesday 20 April.

The show, which was attended by The Grand Hotel, is dedicated to supporting and encouraging young people in school years 10 and 11. It provides a unique opportunity to explore multiple options for apprenticeships, further education and career opportunities across varying industries.

The event had over 300 exhibitors and 2,000 visitors. The Grand made sure to keep attendees refreshed with home-made rocky road and fruity mocktails made by the hotel’s bars manager Anton Mellor. while visitors discussed career opportunities at the five-star seafront hotel.

The Grand Hotel is committed to providing young people with exciting and engaging apprenticeships across all sectors of the hotel. The BIG Futures Show provided young people and their parents looking for their next step with the chance to learn more about these opportunities.

Sarah Hoyle, personnel and development manager at the hotel commented on the experience: “The BIG Futures Show was a fantastic opportunity for us to highlight the benefits of hospitality as a career option to local young people and also to network with other local businesses that are passionate about supporting the next generation. It is so important to us as a business to support young people and help them grow and the show was the perfect place to do that.”

If you or anyone you know is interested in a rewarding career in hospitality at a company dedicated to nurturing and developing their staff visit or email Sarah Hoyle on to find out more.

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