Talent Pool Success Stories – Jwalant Bataviain (Righttrack)

The Talent Pool is a scheme developed by the University to encourage research students to develop enterprising skills through an intensive training programme. On successfully completing the programme, students have the opportunity gain membership of the highly reputed Talent Pool Group. Businesses can then tap into this talent through the commissioning of specific short-term consultancy projects and/or work placements. In July and August 2014, Redditch-based company Righttrack recruited Jwalant Bataviain through the Talent Pool.

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Talent Pool Success Stories – Shankar Suresh (Johnson and Johnson)

shankar3-cropped-220x280The Talent Pool is a scheme developed by the University to encourage research students to develop enterprising skills through an intensive training programme. Recent PhD graduate Shankar Suresh discusses how Talent Pool helped him gain his role as Business Intelligence Executive for Johnson and Johnson.

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Talent Pool Success Stories – Noel French (myna.com)

Noel-Welsh-and-Dave-Gurnell-of-UntypedThe Talent Pool is a scheme developed by the University to encourage research students to develop enterprising skills through an intensive training programme. Birmingham and Talent Pool graduate Noel Welsh used these skills when establishing myna.com, a service which tests and analyses the effectiveness of corporate websites. This is his account on the helpfulness of the Talent Pool

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