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    2005 Archive reports that hundreds of candidates have already registered to attend this year’s Management Consultancy Careers Fair, despite the event still being some 3 months away.
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Such is the strength of the exhibitor line-up – with 50+ consultancy organisations already confirmed – that candidates are registering early to ensure they are able to get into this year’s Fair. The 2005 event saw capacity limits reached both in terms of the number of consultancies able to exhibit and also the number of candidates able to be let through the door.

Management Consultants to weigh up prospective new employers at 2006 careers fair

“With the recruitment market now extremely buoyant, candidates are increasingly anxious to weigh up the strengths and cultural fit of potential employers. Their key issue is no longer how to secure a new role but how to identify the right employer to meet their career aspirations. Meeting dozens of recruiters all on one day allows consultants to form a strong opinion about the firms they would most like to progress their careers with” commented Tony Restell, co-founder of

Alongside the hundreds of candidates already registered, a staggering 50+ organisations have already signed up to meet consulting candidates at the 2006 fair, compared with the 41 organisations that exhibited at last year’s event. Some 3,000 people are expected to attend the Fair in all, with 500+ recruiters and representatives of consulting firms on hand to meet with candidates on the day.

Confirmed exhibitors include:

o All four of the “Big 4” firms (Deloitte, Ernst & Young, KPMG and PricewaterhouseCoopers)

o The Indian powerhouses TATA Consultancy Services and Wipro

o Fast-growing major consulting brands such as PA Consulting, EDS Consulting Services, BearingPoint, Atos Consulting and BT Global Consulting

o The Management Consultancies Association and the Institute of Management Consultancy

o Dozens of specialist consultancies and niche recruiters

The full list of exhibitors – plus candidate registration procedure – can be found at the Management Consultancy Careers Fair website.

As well as the larger (Barbican) venue this year, the fair will also see a Management Consultancy Special run in the Evening Standard on 26th September. This will both maximise the candidate reach of the Fair and also ensure maximum publicity for those consulting firms with big recruitment targets to hit in 2006. Copies will be distributed to all those attending the Fair on 13th October.

Footnote: Recruiters interested in finding out about exhibiting at this year’s Careers Fair should contact Sacha Jackson on [email protected]
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