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  A mixture of Senior Recruiters and practising Consultants from fourteen major consulting brands are now confirmed attendees at Top-Consultant's forthcoming Careers Conference, due to take place in London on 21st February.
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Originally planned to accommodate ten consultancies, demand from firms for additional places has been so high that the event has been extended to allow an additional four firms to participate. With so many prestigious consulting firms attending, it is anticipated that the remaining few candidate places will soon all be reserved too.

Following on from the careers events of 2004 which gave candidates the chance to meet a few consultancies in person, this first event of 2005 is a much bigger affair, in some ways akin to the careers fairs one sees at Oxbridge campuses but targeted particularly at the experienced hires market and with more of a conference feel. Director Tony Restell commented:

“This is a unique opportunity for candidates – within a matter of hours they can quiz dozens of recruiters from leading consulting brands like Accenture, A.T. Kearney, Deloitte, IBM, Marakon Associates and PA Consulting. These firms are currently recruiting candidates from recent graduates right up to Partner level, making this the perfect chance to meet recruiters in person before embarking on the application process – and thereby maximising your chances of tailoring your application and securing your ideal role.”

The chance to meet such a range of firms has created a huge surge of interest amongst the Top-Consultant readership. Browsing a job board is one thing but it seems readers still value the chance to meet high-profile recruiters face-to-face. 150 consultants have already registered to attend and the remaining places are expected to be taken within the next 2 weeks.

On the recruiter side, the enthusiasm consultancies have shown to take part in the event is clearly a reflection of how much tighter they expect the recruitment market to become in the coming months – and also confirms the importance being attached to having a strong recruitment presence in 2005.

Related links: Register for Management Consultancy Careers Conference
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