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  • kinex is offering young people in Manchester the chance to take part in our new apprenticeship scheme. To read more about it, click below!

    Earn As You Learn...Bright Young Mancunians Invited To Apply For Kinex's New Apprenticeship Scheme - Huddled

    Students and young people in the city are being offered the chance to take part in a major new apprenticeship scheme. Business services provider kinex, based in Sharston, is launching an in-house scheme offering on the job training to candidates across Manchester. Would-be apprentices are being recruited across all areas of the company, including in...

  • Kinex have helped sponsor a little boy with a big heart who has completed his biggest challenge to date to help other children.

    Seven year old Joseph Hibbert from Handforth been raising money for children’s hospitals since the age of three.

    So far he has run 7 races for charity but this month he swapped his running shoes for hiking boots and climbed Ben Nevis, the tallest mountain in the UK, which took him 9 hours.

    To read more on this fantastic charity work, click below!

    kinex sponsor determined 7 year old, who took on Ben Nevis - kinex

    Kinex have helped sponsor a little boy with a big heart who has completed his biggest challenge to date to help other children. Seven year old Joseph Hibbert from Handforth been raising money for children's hospitals since the age of three.

  • Enthusiastic cyclist and kinex colleague Fraser Beattie, is undertaking a 1,081-mile solo challenge this weekend and is raising funds for Epilepsy Scotland. The feat will require major stamina and commitment as he will be travelling the length of Britain in 12 Days.

    To read more on this fantastic charity work, click below!

    kinex staff member undertaking a 1,081 mile cycling challenge - kinex

    Enthusiastic cyclist and kinex colleague Fraser Beattie, is undertaking a 1,081-mile solo challenge this weekend and is raising funds for Epilepsy Scotland. The feat will require major stamina and commitment as he will be travelling the length of Britain in 12 Days. In early 2014 Fraser Beattie was diagnosed with epilepsy following his third grand mal seizure.

  • NSPCC
    The charity is high on the agenda for kinex and our staff, and we are delighted that we are able to make such a large donation which will make a difference to many young children.

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