Pagoda Projects is joining the Unseen Group
Pagoda Projects is excited to announce that it is joining the Unseen Group, a collective of companies in the early careers sector, which includes employability specialists, Gradcore and leading graduate careers website graduatejobs.com.
The move sees Pagoda join a UK-wide team of early careers, employability and recruitment specialists and will enable the business to expand its services and provide a greater impact for university partners and student participants.
Who are the Unseen Group?
The Unseen Group is a collective of brands providing opportunities and choices for the next generation of talent. As a group of businesses that operate within the early careers space, their brands are united under one mission to ensure that no pathway goes unseen.
Zac Williams, CEO of Unseen Group said: “Pagoda is an amazing business with a great team behind it. I’m really excited to bring them on board with us.
“Pagoda’s mission to make better employment outcomes possible for students from all backgrounds perfectly compliments our own mission to provide opportunities and choices for the next generation of talent, so it was clear that our companies aligned when it came to values and purpose,” he said.
Pagoda will join forces with Gradcore, another member business of the Unseen Group that operates in an adjacent part of the higher education sector, and the two businesses will work closely together to unlock growth potential. Jamie Bettles, Founder of Pagoda Projects, will continue to lead the Pagoda business, as part of Gradcore.
He said: “When I first met Zac in 2023 I was really impressed by his vision and the company values he had built into the Unseen Group. After creating a successful graduate jobs website, the growth journey Zac and Unseen have embarked on inspired me to join the Group, knowing I’d be uniting with a supportive and high performing team of leaders within our space.”
“Being part of an innovative group of impact-driven companies will help us to offer our university partners and student participants high-quality, high-impact programmes with even stronger graduate outcomes,” he concluded.