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MacroArt helps create new career paths

The business has worked with local non-profit organisation Inspire 2 Ignite

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MacroArt says the partnership is a “natural fit” as it believes in nurturing talent and growing opportunities in print

MacroArt, a provider of wide-format branding and a part of Moss Global, has continued efforts to bridge the gap for young people looking for new career paths. 

By partnering with Inspire 2 Ignite, MacroArt is looking to provide mentoring, workshops, and guidance to individuals aiming to enrich their experiences and pave new careers.

Inspire 2 Ignite, founded by Alex Hughes, is a local non-profit organisation set up to bridge the gap for NEET (Not in Employment, Education, or Training) youths in the UK looking for employment opportunities.

The organisation’s referral programme places young people in industries best suited to their interests and skill sets.

Sam Squire, chief executive officer at Inspire 2 Ignite, says: “We are extremely excited about Inspire 2 Ignite and MacroArt aligning. They work with some of the biggest brands in the world and have incredible humans who care in their team. 

Sam Squire (centre) showcasing MacroArt as an employer

“I’ve had the privilege of listening to how their culture has helped young people excel from alternative pathways and I believe it’s an ideal organisation to organically refer young people from the community to.”

Inspire 2 Ignite boasts 27 champions, three of which are from MacroArt, from across its 22 network partners.

The organisation’s engaging attitude and unique way of interacting with young people through careers fairs and fun activities is what led to MacroArt’s interest in Inspire 2 Ignite.

Hughes and Squire will be attending MacroArt in St. Neots to talk to people across the business including its Early Career’s Ambassador team. The aim is to inspire and recruit even more champions who resonate with the business’ ethos and values.

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