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FDM Group Features in The Guardian UK 300

FDM Group Features in The Guardian UK 300

The international IT services provider, FDM Group, has been placed at 233 in the prestigious Guardian UK 300, beating household names such as Logica, Vodafone and Fujitsu.

This is the first time that FDM has been featured in the list, which is compiled by Trendence, one of Europe’s leading recruitment research consultancies, with the assistance of university Careers Services nationwide. The list of 300 companies is generated by in-depth data analysis of around 16,000 students, making it the largest and most representative survey of its kind.

FDM is an award-winning IT services provider, offering graduates the opportunity to undertake technical training in five streams from Project Analysis to Java and .Net Development, which is then coupled with a two year placement on-site with one or more of FDM’s clients in order for graduates to gain critical commercial experience.

Having launched the IT careers of over 3,000 graduates worldwide, and having pledged to hire an additional 1,000 graduates this year alone, FDM is the UK’s largest IT graduate employer, and prides itself on its unique business model.

Upon hearing the news, FDM’s CEO Rod Flavell said, “We are delighted to have been featured in The Guardian 300. It is a fantastic result, and is testament to the hard work and determination provided by everyone at FDM to help graduates in the current economic climate.

“It has always been our aim to bridge the gap between academia and work experience, and I am honoured that graduates are recognising and appreciating our continued dedication to overcome this catch-22.”

FDM Group was founded in 1991 before the acquisition of Mountfield in 1998. From then, the company has progressed from one office in Brighton to housing nine offices in the UK, Europe, the USA and Asia Pacific. As a result of its rapid exponential growth, FDM was recognised as the top performing IT company in the UK by The Sunday Times’ Buyout Track 100 league table earlier this year.

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