UNiDAYS partners with British Beauty Council to support Future Talent Programme
As part of the patronage, UNiDAYS will support the council's key growth pillars, specifically the Future Talent Programme, which is dedicated to ensuring clear and diverse beauty career pathways are promoted to young people.
Paul Kingsley, Chief Financial Officer and member of the Executive Team at UNiDAYS, has also been appointed to the British Beauty Council’s advisory board.
“I’m thrilled to be playing a role in this new partnership with the British Beauty Council," said Kingsley.
"UNiDAYS enables the student experience, and this collaboration demonstrates our commitment to an industry that is highly valued by our student network.
"It's a pleasure to be working again with Millie Kendall OBE and to have the opportunity to work alongside such an influential and inspiring group of industry figures.”
Founded in 2011, UNiDAYS exists to help students to save on products and services from over 800 brands. This includes over 200 businesses across fashion and beauty, such as Fenty, MAC Cosmetics and Sephora.
Millie Kendall OBE, CEO at the British Beauty Council, said: “We greatly admire UNiDAYS’ commitment to young people and enabling them to be their best selves in education.
"The British Beauty Council’s ambition is to ensure the beauty industry is recognised and valued by all consumers, and the student generation is core to this.
"We’re elated to have UNiDAYS join our esteemed patrons in aiding our mission of ensuring all industry sectors thrive.”