Tate to Sponsor Career Hub at The PA Show in London This March

Tate will be at The PA Show, which runs from Wed 2nd – Thu 3rd March at London’s Olympia. The recruitment agency will be sponsoring the Career Hub at the new two day exhibition.

Tate will be on hand at the Career Hub (stand 1B111) to provide unrivaled educational content in the form of established industry speaker Russell Beck, discussion groups on topics such as understanding your boss and managing workplace relationships, a guide to networking and planning your career, and the opportunity to have 1:1 conversations with Tate’s experts on PA career development.

Russell Beck, Head of Consulting at Impellam, will be presenting a condensed version of his thought provoking seminar, The Generation Game, which examines the challenges inherent within a multi-generational workforce. The first ever PA Show dedicated to meeting the needs and desires of the global PA and EA community will be addressing every aspect of the role at the event.

To find out more about the show, visit

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