Techweek held its job fair on Saturday with a number of notable companies present for job candidates to tell their story. This well-attended event kept these companies busy with their applications. But, if you were unable to make this valuable job fair check out the following companies that were present and are looking to hire.
TechWeek Job Fair participants:
8th Light, Apartments.com, Belvedere Trading, Career Builder, Cars.com,CCC Information Services, Centare, City Staffing, Digital People, Direct Supply, Dom & Tom, Draftcb, Gogo, Groupon, hiredMY way, Instant Technology, kCura, Leapfrog Online, Morningstar, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Solstice Consulting, SugarCRM, Vail Systems, WhaleShark Media and the Wunderland Group.
This is quite a nice array of companies to contact. There are potential job opportunities available in business and technical fields including business development, marketing, HR, operations, design, development, data analytics, and more.
TechWeek is wrapping up this Tuesday after a successful, well-organized event. There is also a LAUNCH contest where 35-prequalified start-ups competed by demonstrating their products and services in TechWeek Startup City. The final five compete on the main stage inside of the Techweek Conference. The guest judges featured are part of a panel of venture capitalists and influential key technology figures. The winning startup will receive over $100,000 in cash and prizes.
The bottom-line here is to make sure you sign up for this exciting networking event next year. In the meantime check out the companies listed above for information on potential positions that may fit your skill level and experience.