Attract and develop the best young talent the UK has to offer!


Recruiting, training and retaining young people in employment are key issues for many organisations. In addition, young people remain one of the groups most at risk of unemployment.

The third Youth Friendly Employment Conference will explore the key characteristics of ‘youth friendly’ organisations.

Why attend?

  • Listen and learn from organisations who put young people at the heart of their business
  • Hear the perspectives of young people and understand more about the barriers they face when preparing for the world of work
  • Share best practice with a range of people from a variety of organisations and sectors
  • Find out how to attract and develop great young people for your business

We are offering you the opportunity to exhibit and network with 200 organisations from all over the UK who have a passion for employing, developing, educating and supporting young people.

Why exhibit?

  • Network with large employers from across the UK
  • Engage with organisations committed to developing young talent within their organisations
  • Showcase your organisation and connect with potential new partners

Ticket price for conference entry is £80 per person or £70 per person to YEUK Community Members Click Here to Book Tickets

For more information, please contact

Visit the full conference page here.

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For more information, please email or call 01536 513388.

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