It’s a career, not a job

Helping others to have better lives fuels our drive to build a career, not just job. Work is more than a job to earn money. Through our career, we find meaning in advancing society while at the same time developing our talents and abilities. We play to our strengths, continuously learn, and realise our ambitions by turning ideas into actions. The creative talents and contributions of our team drive the creation of solutions that positively impact lives. Being part of this meaningful enterprise opens up a wide range of career opportunities. We have the choice to use the gift of our life to contribute to making our world a better place. Click here to visit our Careers Site.

Culture keepers

People are both a product of their environment and contributors to shaping it. The two aspects are mutually interconnected, each acting upon the other. At Apax, listening and caring are paramount: everyone’s voice matters, actions count, and contributions are valued. This helps to create a culture where people can thrive and realise their vast potential. As culture keepers, we all have a role in embodying and bringing our corporate values to life. Shaping the right culture and creating a great place to work is a challenging quest. It’s not a destination but a journey, undertaken by people with an unrelenting dedication to creating an organisation where it could be possible to look forward to Mondays. Click here to visit our Careers Site.

Best Team Culture Winner

Apax is thrilled to be in receipt of the Best Team Culture Award at the prestigious UK Company Culture Awards! This recognition validates the commitment to fostering an inclusive, supportive, and dynamic workplace. Every team member has played a crucial role in creating a thriving culture that promotes both professional growth and personal wellbeing. Humbled by this achievement, the commitment to continually enhance the team culture is stronger than ever. This award fuels the ongoing efforts to make Apax an exceptional place to work and reinforces the commitment to a values-driven enterprise.

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