EADA and Catenon join forces to improve students’ employability
EADA Business School and the worldwide consultancy Catenon have signed a collaboration agreement to give participants of the Executive Master in Human Resources Management and the Executive Master in Financial Management the opportunity to access the job market with greater chances of success. EADA participants will be assessed by specialised consultants from Catenon who will provide advice on the current status of the job market and a greater understanding of the professional skills currently being sought out by recruiters. Participants will also have the chance to partake in current and/or future selection processes according to their professional profile.
The agreement, signed by Miquel Espinosa, EADA’s Dean and Sylvain Boy, Catenon General Manager for Southern Europe and North Africa, confirms the willingness of EADA and Catenon to offer the best possible service and advice to their clients. According to Espinosa, “we are confirming our commitment to the professional careers of our participants by helping them to achieve their goals and gain positions in the organisations they aspire to”. Sylvian Boy agrees that “we have the obligation to work alongside the best talent. And there is no better talent than one which opts for professional growth, learning and development. EADA is a leading institution in management training and the international profile of EADA students matches our clients’ activity very well.
Catenon is a multinational technology-based company specialising in the global search for managers and professionals. In the last 10 years, the company has developed a business model in its industry which allows it to evaluate and select candidates from all over the world.