In response to a recruitment challenge around Sussex, would like to present the first ever LoveLocalTalent Conference. The theme of this half-day event is “Attracting & Retaining the Next Generation” with an afternoon packed full of expert speakers with useful insights and practical tips that you can use to make sure you are making the best possible hires for your business.

This is a unique opportunity to join like-minded businesses at an insightful and ground-breaking half-day conference designed to explore how best to attract and recruit talented millennials.

Join 100 of the biggest businesses in Sussex at our one-off event


October 6th 2017 - 1pm - 4pm

Old Market Theatre, Hove, Sussex, BN3 1AS - 2017 All Rights Reserved.

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After working in marketing and advertising for almost a decade, Adam has been on the front line of the digital transformation of some of the world’s biggest brands that include Jaguar Land Rover, British Gas, Associated Press, Natwest & Royal Bank of Scotland. 

During this time he saw the tremendous impact technology was having on people and the fundamental changes this was having on their behaviours and ways of working.

Adam Henderson | Millennial Mindset Creator

The Skills Farm has transformed professionals at companies such as IBM, Apple, Google, the NHS and a whole host of smaller upcoming businesses, training them to be more engaging, influential and persuasive.

The Skills Farm specialise in working with business professionals who are looking for more personal authority, engagement and impact when they are most visible.

Scott & Jamie Summers | The Skills Farm

Be the Change is a ground breaking, inspirational programme aimed at young people who, for one reason or another, may have become disengaged with school or lack confidence in their own abilities; who may struggle academically, but have real potential once engaged in an activity that captures their imagination.

Graham Moore | Co-founder & Director of Be The Change


The key focal point raised is that our workforce is now of the millennial generation. Currently 55% of businesses who took part in the survey answered their current workforce age to be 25-34 years and 53% said 35 - 44 years. 73% of businesses said the age of their upcoming hires would be between 25-34 years.

The millennial generation - those born in the 21st century - have grown up in an electronics-filled and increasingly online and socially networked world. Surveys around the global have shown that millennials stay at their place of work for 12-48 months instead of seeing their place of work as a lifetime investment. With it being increasing difficult to attract millennials into the workplace, they are altering trends in the job market. It has been said that by 2020 millennials will make up 35% of the global workforce. 

The question is, is your business ready for your future workforce?