Aberdeen Young Professionals (AYP), a local talent network for young professionals working in and around the city, has partnered with Aspectus, as it looks to engage the next generation of energy and business professionals.
Aspectus, which recently opened its own Aberdeen office to service its growing oil and gas client base, will help to raise awareness of AYP’s networking events.
Ross Jolly, founder of AYP, said: “We partnered with Aspectus because of its innovative approach and specialist sector knowledge. Its culture is about empowering young, talented individuals and we couldn’t think of a better company to passionately communicate our vision.”
At its regular events, AYP enables young professionals to make useful contacts in a relaxed and sociable environment. The group currently has over 5,000 members.
Laura Iley, head of energy, oil and gas at Aspectus, added: “We’re thrilled to be partnering with AYP. These are challenging times for the city and particularly the oil and gas industry. Having personally been part of and benefited from AYP events in the past, I’m delighted to work with Ross to maximise engagement around this important network and reach as many young professionals as possible.”