Connecting with inquisitive young people to give them an opportunity to find out more about Incremental and the world of technology.

Families and tech enthusiasts alike gathered at The Foundry in Glasgow on Saturday, September 2nd 2023, to explore the fascinating world of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) at Insp-Hire 2023. The event, hosted by Nine Twenty Recruitment, was attended by Incremental Group, among an impressive roster of exhibitors, including JP Morgan Chase&Co, Police Scotland and Barclays. Incremental Group stood out as it showcased innovative coding robots, in partnership with Digital Xtra Fund, and discussed the future of technology education.

The Insp-Hire event was an interactive and inspiring exhibition that featured a range of companies contributing to the ever-evolving landscape of STEM. Attended by hundreds of families in the central Scotland area, attendees had the opportunity to explore a wide array of exhibits, from robots to virtual reality, and even electric cars. The event aimed to bridge the gap between technology and education while providing an engaging experience for families.

“Technology is advancing at an unprecedented rate, and it’s crucial for parents and guardians to understand how these advancements will impact their children’s future careers,” said Kevin Watson, Incremental Group Office Manager and STEM ambassador. “At Incremental Group, we are dedicated to inspiring and educating families about the opportunities and challenges presented by the digital age.”

The event attracted a diverse crowd, including parents, guardians, and children aged 4 to 14, all eager to learn about the latest developments in STEM fields. The organisers, in collaboration with SmartSTEMs, ensured that the event offered a range of activities suitable for all age groups.

Above: Children interact with Incrementalists at Incremental’s stand at the Insp-Hire event.

Insp-Hire’s mission is to equip parents and guardians with the knowledge they need to prepare their children for the future job market, which is increasingly reliant on STEM skills. The event served as a platform to discuss the challenges and opportunities that the ever-evolving tech landscape presents to the next generation.

As technology continues to reshape our world, events like Insp-Hire and the participation of businesses like Incremental Group play a crucial role in ensuring that families are informed and inspired by the possibilities that STEM education can offer. This event marked a significant step in bridging the gap between technology and education while igniting curiosity in young minds.

Vice President of Enterprise Applications at Incremental Group – Steven Brown – commented, “Delighted that Incremental Group could support Insp-Hire 2023. I firmly believe that supporting STEM initiatives for young people in Scotland is not just a philanthropic endeavour; it’s a strategic imperative. By fostering their interest in STEM fields, we are cultivating the talent pool that will drive innovation and economic growth in our nation for years to come.”

With the success of Insp-Hire 2023, it is clear that the future of STEM education is bright, and companies like Incremental Group are leading the way in preparing the next generation for the exciting challenges ahead. To learn more about Incremental’s commitment to STEM advocacy at grassroots level, check out this news piece on its partnership with Digital Xtra Fund.