The project was quickly supported by Careers Advisers and Teachers across Scotland. It became established as a key source of opportunity information for young people and their influencers, achieving 100k unique users and 10k subscribers by the end of the first year. Early adopters of the service included BT, QA, Microsoft, RBS and GSK, who promoted their programmes with paid commercial campaigns. The project featured on the BBC, was promoted widely by SDS, Young Scot and the Scottish Training Federation and drew interest (and visits) from Ministers and policymakers. This led to recommendations by the Wood Commission that the model is adopted as part of Developing the Young Workforce. The establishment of Apprenticeships.Scot then followed, for which we can claim a part in helping to bring about.