Peterlee firms join forces to create opportunities for youngsters

July 18, 2017
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Two Peterlee businesses are teaming up to create 40 new apprenticeships for East Durham youngsters.

Based on Peterlee Business Park, Start Energy is an energy consultancy which provides a unique procurement service, additional energy and customer care services to UK businesses in the public and private sector.

It’s the perfect time of year to offer opportunities like this to those who have just left school and are hungry to get into work.

Steven Ward

Now it has joined forces…


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