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    2005 Archive have today released details of this year's Management Consultancy Careers Fair, to take place on 13th October 2006 at The Barbican Exhibition Hall in central London.
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A media partnership with the Evening Standard will raise the profile of this year’s event and ensure it attracts a new pool of City professionals and executives. Supported also by a broad promotion campaign with leading online recruitment websites, this year’s fair will be focused exclusively on experienced hires and is expected once again to be attended by a broad range of management consulting firms.

Enhancements for 2006 announced today include:

  • Larger venue. The greater capacity of The Barbican means exhibitors will be able to have more representatives on their stands and be better resourced to deal with the candidate enquiries generated on the day – enhancing the event for both recruiters and candidates alike.

  • More candidates. The greater scale of the promotional campaign for this year's event means candidate numbers are expected to be up even on the high levels achieved in 2005 – and crucially the event is expected to attract a whole new audience of attendees.

  • Higher profile event. A management consultancy special feature section has been arranged to run in the 26th September edition of the Evening Standard, giving recruiters the opportunity to raise their profile as a leading management consultancy recruiter this year. Awareness of the event amongst London professionals will also be considerably raised through the media partnership with the Evening Standard.

  • Broader candidate reach. Married to the Evening Standard promotion will be an extensive promotional campaign with other online jobs boards. This will see the event attract investment bankers, accountants and fast-track executives from both industry and the public sector – in addition to the traditional consultancy candidates that you would expect the Top-Consultant event to attract.

  • CV database provision. Candidates at this year’s fair will be able to register their CV online and make it available to those recruiters of interest to them – prior to, during and after the fair. This will facilitate successful introductions at the fair and maximise the number of jobs that are secured by candidates as a result of attending.

    These initiatives build on the success of last year’s event, which was also held in October and attended by over 40 exhibitors*. Top-Consultant clients will be provided with exhibitor information packs shortly after the Easter break.

    * Last year's fair attracted the following exhibitors:

    Accenture, Amdocs, Arthur D. Little, Atkins Management Consultants, Atos Consulting, Axon, BearingPoint, Capgemini, Celerant, Consulting Point, Deloitte, DiamondCluster International, EM Consulting, Ernst & Young, Fujitsu Services, Goodman Masson, Hay Group, Hedra, IBM Business Consulting Services, Impact Plus, Institute of Management Consultancy, Infosys Technologies Ltd., Kurt Salmon Associates,, Management Consultancies Association, Mindbench, Mott MacDonald, Oakland Consulting plc, PA Consulting Group, Parson Consulting, Pcubed, PIPC, Prism, Professional Contractors Group, Proudfoot Consulting, PRTM, Scene One, Serco Consulting, Spectrum Strategy Consultants, The Corporate Executive Board, Woodhurst
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