Job show heading for Wembley

June 28, 2018 by  

A job event is set to be held at Wembley Stadium during the autumn.

The Job Show will take place in a room dedicated to Bobby Moore. The event has been pencilled in for the middle of October. Print shops in Wembley can be used to improve the quality of events.

Victoria Clarke is a director at The Job Show. The business was established in Peterborough. Clarke is pleased to be using the iconic stadium for the big occasion and she told the Peterborough Telegraph:

“It is with great pleasure to be working with West London Alliance, partners, sub sponsors and exhibitors taking part, with hundreds of jobs and apprentices that will be on offer.”

It is about five years since the business was created. Clarke was present at the beginning of the firm, while a leading role was played by the managing director Caroline Connaughton.

Attending the event is appropriate for a diversity of people. Individuals who are looking to return to the workforce after being a parent are most welcome. However, some workers who are hoping to switch careers could also find the event to be useful.

The idea is that everyone should be catered for regardless of their specific needs. Clarke is eager for those who have a redundancy in the pipeline to turn up on the day. These workers can really benefit from engaging with relevant organisations and employers.