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KPMG: Global Resource Centre opens doors to unique career paths
October 13, 2012
By Rob Starr, Content Manager, Big4.com
Applications for the Developing Potential: The KPMG Scholarship were received from students across the country and KPMG has awarded scholarships to four Canadian university students interested in careers in accounting and professional services marketing. Applicants were evaluated based on academic excellence, leadership skills, commitment to their schools and larger communities, and a demonstrated commitment to a career in accounting or professional services marketing. The marketing scholarship highlights the importance of business-to-business marketing in professional services firms, which is a unique sub-set of the broader marketing industry.
“The KPMG scholarships recognize these exemplary students for their achievements both academically and within their community,” said Helen Spice, CFO at KPMG International. ”The awards also raise the profile of accounting and business-to-business marketing in their academic institutions.”
KPMG LLP, an Audit, Tax and Advisory firm (kpmg.ca) and a Canadian limited liability partnership established under the laws of Ontario, is the Canadian member firm of KPMG International Cooperative (“KPMG International”). KPMG member firms around the world have 145,000 professionals, in 152 countries.