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Young Professionals continue to grow

Young Professionals continue to grow

The Insurance Institute of Guildford young professionals group continues to go from strength to strength, with its second event held in November, themed for Halloween.

The primary focus of the event was to unveil the group’s plans to launch a cross-business mentoring programme, linking up young professionals in the area with an experienced mentor.

Held at a rustic pub in Guildford, the group discussed what a mentor/mentee relationship should entail and what the programme should look like going forward.

“The event was really enjoyable and it was interesting to learn more about how mentoring will work in the Guildford area,” said Katie Pitman, of Allianz.

The mentoring programme will launch in the new year but not before a Christmas social finishes off 2017.

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