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Hull graduate wins opportunity at Beverley Building Society

Hull graduate wins opportunity at Beverley Building Society Beverley Building Society has announced the new appointment of Marketing Manager, Zoe Fisher.

Beverley Building Society has announced the new appointment of Marketing Manager, Zoe Fisher.

Zoe lives in Hornsea and has recently graduated from the University of Hull with a 2:1 in Business and Marketing.

Graham Carter, head of lending at Beverley Building Society said:

We are currently celebrating our 150th Anniversary and continue to work with and support the local community. Zoe’s role is integral to the success of our campaign and we are pleased to be able to offer the position to a graduate from the University of Hull, retaining talent in the region. Zoe will be supported by our graduate training programme, combined with the know-how and fresh ideas from her degree course.

Zoe said:

It is great to find a job so close to home. The region has lots to offer but jobs in marketing are very popular with hundreds of applicants, the competition is tough. I am excited about working with Beverley Building Society and to be in full-time employment just a few months after my graduation.

I thoroughly enjoyed my time at University and look forward to implementing the skills I learned during my degree. We have a number of events planned between now and Christmas and I am looking forward to getting involved.

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