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  In 2005 there were 41 exhibitors.
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In 2006 there were 59 exhibitors. With the date of this year’s Consultancy Careers Fair now confirmed as October 12th – and the recruitment market tighter now than a year ago – the big question this month is how many exhibitors there will be at the 2007 Fair?!

Consultancy Careers Fair – details of 2007 event released

Initial impressions suggest the number will rise once again. “Within days of the exhibitor brochure being released, consulting firms have begun signing up to have a presence at this year’s Barbican event” commented Top-Consultant Director Tony Restell. “By offering a 10% discount on bookings received by the 31st March, we expect to be able to confirm a strong line-up of recruiters early in Q2 and ensure that this continues to be the consulting industry’s flagship recruitment fair” Restell concluded.

The 2007 event will be supported by a more extensive marketing campaign than either of the two previous fairs. The 2006 fair was promoted through a range of websites including CityJobs, e-consultancy, eFinancialCareers, Exec-Appointments, GAAPweb and Jobsite – plus via event partners the Management Consultancies Association and the Institute of Management Consultancy. The 2007 fair will benefit from promotions to a broader range of internet job boards and a more high-profile presence in the Evening Standard. With Top-Consultant launching a sister IT consulting jobs board later this year it is also anticipated that an extra tranche of candidates interested in IT consulting careers will attend.

Recruiters who have not yet received a copy of the exhibitors’ brochure may register their interest via the Consultancy Careers Fair website, from which a copy of the brochure will then immediately be sent out. Further updates regarding the firms committed to attending this year’s event will appear on these news pages in the coming weeks.

Note: The 2006 Consultancy Careers Fair attracted the following management consultancy firms, organisations and recruiters as exhibitors:

Accenture, Analysys Mason Group, Arthur D Little, Aston Carter Mineral, Atkins Management Consultants, Atos Consulting, Axon Solutions, BearingPoint, BLT, BT Global Services, Business Applications Associates, Celerant, Citihub, Commercial Advantage Consulting, Consulting Point, Curzon & Company, Deloitte & Touche, Detica, EA Consulting Group, EDS, Efficio, EM Consulting, Ernst & Young, Goodman Masson Recruitment, Hay Group, Hedra, IBM Global Business Services, Impact Plus, Institute of Management Consultancy, KPMG, Lausanne Consulting, LogicaCMG, Management Consultancies Association,, Michael Warwick Nicholls, Mindbench, Mott MacDonald, Oracle, PA Consulting, Pcubed, People 4 Business, Project One, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Protiviti, Proudfoot Consulting, PRTM, Richard Bailey Associates, RSE Consulting, Selecture, Serco Consulting, SQS UK, TATA Consultancy Services, The Lamberhurst Corporation,, Tribal Group, Troika, Vertex, Wipro Technologies and Vault
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