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The City Career Expo TORONTO 2010

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - May 19, 2010) - The City Career Expo is teaming up with Canada's top brands to create an innovative employment forum that is revitalizing the career expo experience. Set for Saturday September 18th at The Direct Energy Centre, it's Toronto's newest education, training and employment exhibition, and an exciting new event that's generating a lot of industry buzz.

"We are changing the landscape of career exhibitions and offering unparalleled benefits to sponsors, exhibitors and attendees," says Jeremy Foreshew, Event Marketing & Operations Manager for The City Career Expo.

Compelling features that have some of Canada's top companies aligning themselves with The City Career Expo include: unrivalled access to a diverse and qualified talent pool, powerful brand exposure opportunities, interactive presentations, top keynote speakers, an engaging floor plan and an innovative online applicant tracking system that manages resume data and saves recruiters time and money.

The City Career Expo's high-profile partners include, one of the nation's largest online recruitment and career advancement resources; as well as Starbucks, Metro News, The Investor's Group, Trios College, Youth Employment Services and JVS Toronto.

"We are looking forward to an exciting new style of recruiting event with The City Career Expo this fall in Toronto – with live speaker sessions, a great venue as well as incorporating recruitment technology like never before – it is a unique opportunity for employers to engage with talent," says Kristi Stubbs, Recruiter, Strategic Sourcing with Starbucks Coffee Canada.

"We're encouraging potential exhibitors to review our sales kit or get in touch with me directly. Together, we can create custom exhibitor packages that complement all budgets and marketing objectives," says Foreshew. For more information, please visit

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