GTI Breakfast News

GTI Breakfast News was created in 2008. Our intention was clear from the start: to lead the conversation around future talent. Today, we do this by bringing together graduate recruiters, recruitment marketing agencies and universities, to share insight from across the industry and beyond. With over 200 people attending each session, Breakfast News has made its name as the most significant and respected gathering of the graduate and school leaver recruitment community in the UK.

Join us in 2016 as we ‘look forward’ to the challenges and opportunities that lay in store for recruiters of school leavers and graduates in 2016. Over the course of five stimulating conversations, we will examine the future from a range of diverse, exciting and unique perspectives.

Proud partners with Havas People

HAVAS peopleAt Havas People, we believe every organisation needs great people in order to achieve its goals. We’re here to help our clients attract, recruit and maximise the performance of their talent. Put simply, we do that through brilliant communication. Our integrated approach means we bring together brains with expertise that ranges from technology to creative, media, strategy, research, and planning – working in an agile way to create bespoke solutions. While every client, challenge, and project is different, our approach is always rooted in insight, which is why we’re so proud to sponsor Breakfast News - the pre-eminent speaker series for future talent.


Here are a few snaps from our event in September. To see more click here.

September's guest speakers

Gemma Godfrey

Declan Curry, Journalist and broadcaster specialising in business and economics.

Stephen Isherwood

Stephen Isherwood, Chief Executive, AGR

Kate Temple Brown

Kate Temple-Brown, Apprentice Levy Strategic Consultant, Aequalis &  Havas People

Neil Morrison

Neil Morrison, Group HR Director, Penguin Random House

Iain Duncan Smith

Rt. Hon Iain Duncan Smith MP, Leader of HM Opposition (2001-03) and Secretary of State for Work & Pensions (2010-16)