Our Sponsors




Milkround is your graduate career resource with hundreds of internships, placements, graduate jobs and schemes. Start your job search or use their advice pages to research careers and help with your decision making.

Milkround is committed to giving students and graduates career confidence, and that means conquering fears of finding, applying and making that first step on the career ladder. With Milkround you get direct access to employers, with no mystery jobs and no unpaid internships.

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Sunderland Software City is inspiring and enabling the growth of the software sector in the North East of England, establishing the region as one of the world’s leading destinations for technology innovation and enterprise.

Established in 2008, the private sector initiated, publicly backed organisation brings together the best of the public, private and educational sectors to generate a sustainable software industry in the region and drive the development of world-class software businesses.

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Vicky and her team offer unique beach huts for daily or weekly hire, filled with everything you need for a day at the beach (and some amazing interior decor to go with it!). From childrens’ pirate games to Cath Kidston china… young, old or even if you have four paws, you’ll find what you need in one of their beach huts.

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Highly Ventures offers expert marketing and creative to help your business soar.

Over the years we’ve worked with a whole load of different clients and we always start with the specific business objectives and build from there. Meaning we never push a service which won’t really benefit your bottom line.

By properly understanding your problem (or opportunity!), we can build a solution which really moves the needle and grows your business.

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Stand Up magazine is dedicated to giving young people a platform in UK politics. Stand Up is all about empowering young people in politics. The decision to leave the European Union silenced a majority of young voices in political debate, when our generation voted to remain. Stand Up magazine aims to challenge that refusal to listen to what young people want. We want young people to be engaged, enthused and effective in political debate, and to to have a say in our future.

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We are also gratefully supported by the following individuals: Wayne Thompson, Paul Swaddle, Jake Sharman and Lisa Etherson


Want to get involved? We’d love to collaborate with you! Email info@verbalremedy.co.uk