Graduate Bootcamp

Meet the interns taking part in our Graduate Bootcamp

Econsultancy’s Graduate Bootcamp welcomes its first intake next week, giving the new grads hands on experience of e-commerce and digital marketing.

The week-long programme, created in partnership with Inspiring Interns, aims to deliver core digital skills and practical application alongside employability training and career coaching.

Programme graduates will be offered the opportunity to take a three-month internship in a digitally focused role to put their newly acquired digital knowledge into practice.

We’ve previously spoken to former Home Secretary Jacqui Smith about why she supports Inspiring Interns, and here we meet four of the grads taking part in the bootcamp…

Q&A: TagMan’s Darren Quigg on digital internships

Econsultancy recently launched a new Graduate Bootcamp in association with Inspiring Interns, offering people the chance to gain valuable experience in e-commerce and digital marketing.

The week-long programme, which is supported by former Home Secretary Jacqui Smith, aims to deliver core digital skills and practical application alongside employability training and career coaching.

Programme graduates will be offered the opportunity to take a three-month internship in a digitally focused role to put their newly acquired digital knowledge into practice.

Tag management provider TagMan has offered internships to a number graduates through Inspiring Interns, so I spoke to CFO Darren Quigg to find out how the company benefits from the scheme.