For Gold Coast businessman Vincent Fletcher, investing in recent university graduates is a win-win for everyone at software company CartonCloud. The same goes for CartonCloud’s diverse workplace, where staff from all cultures and backgrounds feel welcome and part of the team.
When Melinda Rogers and Michael Jacobson created Very Media they wanted it to be more than just another communications company on the Gold Coast. One of the priorities was to give back to the industry they love.
Choosing to study on the Gold Coast was an easy decision for mature aged student and single mum Jodie Gregg. It’s the stepping-stone she needed to fulfil her dream of becoming a nurse.
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary places a strong emphasis on the culture of its workplace. Every team member that you encounter, whether staff member or volunteer, not only greets you with a smile but genuinely seems to enjoy what they do and the environment in which they work.
Griffith Business School student Leah Brokmann heads to Singapore this year confident that the life she has known on the Gold Coast for the past two years is about to change.
Employability is a hot topic at the moment. And that it should be. As the Gold Coast evolves and matures, employability is front and centre in driving economic growth, diversity and sustainability.
Griffith University business student Ashleigh McFarland always had a long-held ambition to work overseas, although her reasons for doing so are more textured than a desire to simply bolster her resume. Ashleigh describes herself as passionate about global business, international relations and social entrepreneurship.
It didn’t take much to convince Jonathon Glindemann that an international career was within reach as he was studying a Bachelor of Commerce at Griffith University. It was what the Griffith Business School student had in mind when he started his degree in 2013.