Calling All Employers & Job Hunters: Chinwag's Careers Day during #SMWLDN Sept 2012
During Digital Shoreditch last May, Chinwag held a very successful Careers Day where employers such as Bloomberg, Mozilla Firefox, Financial Times, LBi, Unruly Media, Beyond, Yammer and more were able to meet top candidates and showcase their companies and vacancies.
On top of meeting fantastic brands and agencies, candidates were able to take advantage of a programme of advice sessions including CV Surgeries, Portfolio Reviews & Creativity Workshops.
The day was a huge hit with 23 brands exhibiting, 20 mentors, 100+ individual advice sessions, 120+ workshop delegates and 1000+ job seekers through the door. Check out the event highlights, top tips and advice from our mentors & sponsors here.
After recieving such great feedback during and after the event we decided that we'd love to do it all over again, and what better time than during this September's Social Media Week London.
Taking place on Friday 28th September, Chinwag's Careers Day will once again offer a brilliant opportunity for employers to meet candidates and recruit new colleagues, whilst candidates will be able to meet top brands and leading agencies looking for new recruits, and boost their job-hunt with a fantastic programme of advice sessions & workshops.
The day will be free for all job seekers to attend, just keep an eye on @chinwag and on our blog for the sign up form.
Exhibitor and Sponsorship Opportunities
There's a limited amount of exhibiting space, available on a first come first serve basis. So if you are after a chance to reach some of the brightest sparks out there, make sure you complete this form. Exhibiting packages start at just £1000*.
We also have some sponsorship opportunities available, if you are interested in sponsorship options, please l [dot] macreadychinwag [dot] com (drop us a line) and we'll send you over the details.
More information and details to be announced soon, so make sure you stay tuned to @chinwag and Chinwag's email newsletter.
* Excluding VAT, a necessary evil.
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