We have the pleasure of inviting you to the press conference on 26th April 2010, 11am – midday, at the Berlin Congress Center (bcc), Alexanderplatz, where you can obtain further details of the 1st European MBA Career Fair, the business schools participating and their students. Your contacts will also include HR executives responsible for recruiting as well as the heads of the career services and MBA programs from the various business schools.
To participate in the press conference, please contact volker.stoessel(at)hhl.de, no later than Monday, April 19.
The press conference will be webcast live at www.mba-career-fair.com , where later on a recording of the conference will be available, too. You may also ask the discussion panel questions via a simultaneous Internet-Chat during the press conference.
Thanks to this new brand of career fair, these recruiters will be able to come face to face with close to 300 students of six internationally accredited full-time MBA programmes from Germany, France, Great Britain and Italy.
Handpicked by the company relations services of the schools involved, the firms will each receive the CVs of all participating students. Workshops will take place during the morning of the event allowing human resource specialists to set students specific case study work. After lunch, individual interviews will be held along with various open forums and company presentations.
Dr. Frank Zils, head of human resources at Johnson & Johnson, comments: "The format of the 1st European MBA Career Fair offers us excellent opportunities to equip ourselves in the best way regarding the need for executive talent."
With its roots in the annual German MBA Career Fair in Germany which has taken place since 2004, this first European edition will involve Audencia Nantes School of Management (France), GISMA Business School (Germany), Goethe Business School (Germany), HHL – Leipzig Graduate School of Management (Germany), MIP Politecnico di Milano (Italy) and Warwick Business School (Great Britain).
The organisers hope to build on the success of the previous fairs at which over ten percent of participants received an employment contract from the contacts made.
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