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The Employer\'s Fresh Graduates Employment Fair (7 Specialised Employment Fair;s in 1)

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    • An Arena of Employment Fairs For the first time in Egypt and the Middle East; An Arena of Employment Fairs: •Finance, Banking & Insurance Employment Fair •Automotive, Engineering & Petroleum Employment Fair •FMCGs, Hotels and Tourisms Employment Fair •IT, Telecom, Marketing and Media Employment Fair •Pharmaceutical and Medical Employment Fair •Training, Education and Consultation Employment Fair •Diversified Employment Fair 2
    • A New Era of Employment Fairs What are the drawbacks of current employment fairs? •Too many unqualified candidates •Very little chance to create a short list on the spot •Long hiring process involved The Benefits of participating in THE EMPLOYER’S FRESH GRADUATES EMPLOYMENT FAIR: •You get a chance to set the requirements you need before the fair •You get a short and long list of attendees before the fair •Candidates are assessed before attending the fair •You get to schedule interviews during the fair in a private room to meet your selected candidates •You get representatives to facilitate any of your needs during the fair •You make the best of every minute you spend in the fair 3
    • Pre-Registration Process •Candidates have to register on The Employment fair’s website •Take an Assessment test that assesses their linguistic and logical thinking skills •They have to post their CVs online for companies to view and evaluate along with their assessment results •Each pre-registered candidate will be given a code upon registration online •CVs of pre-registered candidates (according to companies requirements) will be accessible to employers to screen •Employers screen the CVs before the Employment Fair and set an interview schedule for preferred candidates during the fair •Requests of interviews will be emailed to candidates •Meetings take place in the private meeting rooms reserved by companies that will be setting interviews 4
    • Assessment Procedure •In order to assist companies in assessing the qualified candidates, we have decided to grant pin codes to only qualified candidates. •Assessment tests have to be completed by registered candidates to be able to get a pin code •This Assessment tests are tailored to test the linguistic skills and logical thinking •Results of the assessment will show whether the candidate is below average, average or above average. Candidates below average will not be given pin codes to attend the fair. •The results of the assessment tests will be shown to companies along with the CV of the registered candidates. 5
    • NEW: Career Advising Section • After starting our career advising section in The Employer Magazine, we touched base with the number of candidates who are seeking professional advise and evaluation. To build up on this important need, we decided to start this career advising section in our Upcoming Employment fair. • Candidates will have to pay a fee of 50LE to reserve a 20 minutes career advising slot with one of our HR professionals who would assist them in evaluating their CV and giving them advice with regards to how to proceed in their career track • Companies interested in becoming part of the career advising section kindly inform us. 6
    • NEW: Getting Ready Sessions • To assist candidates in getting ready to meet their future employers for the first time, we are planning for sessions prior to the fair that will help them in getting ready with their CVs, meeting with employers & handling interviews • Sessions will be given by professional training centers and recruitment agencies • Candidates who are interested in attending those sessions have to register online for the sessions and pay a fee for attendance 7
    • Marketing Campaign • Our marketing campaign is tailored to target the high caliber Fresh Graduates • We do not use public media to announce our events as we do not wish to address the whole public • Our main target is quality and not quantity, therefore, our media campaign is well chosen • Our media campaign will start as of beginning of April • Part of our Marketing campaign involves advertising in the most prominent English Newspapers and Magazines, Training Centers, Private Clubs and Universities, Radio Channels, facebook, different Well known and targeted Websites, SMS campaigns, Email Shots, Flyers and Posters….etc 8
    • Logistics •Date : 12-14 June 2009 •Venue: Cairo International Convention Center •Daily Working Hours: 10 am-3 pm 5 pm-10 pm •Lunch Break: Two hour lunch break everyday •Build up Day: 10th/11th June 2009 •Dismantling Day: 15 June 2009 •Entrance Fees for Registered Candidates : LE 20 •Entrance Fees for Unregistered Candidates : LE 40 •Dress Code: Formal Attire •Early Bird Booth Reservation: 10% discount till 31st March •Target Audience: Fresh Graduates 9
    • Meeting Rooms •Each Exhibitor is entitled to 2 hours per day of free Meeting Room access •If an exhibitor should require more than 2 hours per day, a fee of 200LE is paid for each extra hour •Schedules of meetings should be emailed to us at least one week before the beginning of the fair . •Priority of time will be dealt with on first comes, first served basis •Any delay in sending the meeting schedule will not guarantee the availability of the requested time •Meeting rooms will be placed in a different area away from the exhibitors along with their own registration desks. This is to honor the privacy of the candidates who are coming for interviews. 10
    • Price List •Shell Scheme Booth: Price 1100 LE / SQM (Minimum: 9 SQM) •Space Only: Price 900 LE/SQM (Minimum: 36 SQM) •Private Meeting Room: Price LE 1100/SQM ( Minimum: 6 SQM-Valid for Shell Scheme only) •Public Meeting Room: 2 free hours for each exhibitor each day- 200LE for each extra hour requested •Private Sessions: (Upon Request) - 2000LE/50 minutes session •Ushers: (Available Upon Request) – 200LE/ Usher •Furniture: According to order •Official Stand Builders: Upon Request N.B Special discount of 10% in advertising in The Employer and The Trainer Magazines till end of 2009 for all exhibitors (Sponsors are granted a special discount) 11
    • Different Packages Normal Exhibitor Normal Booth: 1100/SQM (Minimum 9 meters) LE 9900 Sponsorship Packages Associate Sponsor (Maximum 6 Sponsors) LE 50,000 Bronze Sponsor (Maximum 6 Sponsors) LE 85,000 Silver Sponsor (Maximum 4 Sponsors) LE 100,000 Gold Sponsor (Maximum 4 sponsors) LE 150,000 Headline Sponsor (Maximum 2 Headline Sponsors) LE 200,000 12
    • Sponsorship Packages
    • Associate Sponsorship LE 50,000 •Inclusion of sponsor’s name and logo on 50,000 copies of the official catalogue back cover. (Distributed to all exhibitors and visitors during the fair and sold in all The Employer magazine’s outlets after the fair.) •Inclusion of sponsor’s name and logo on 50,000 copies of the visitor guide •Inclusion of sponsor’s name and logo in the exhibition’s media campaign •Assign an area of 9 m2 in one of the exhibition halls •Half Page in The Employer Magazine in a chosen month in 2009 •18% discount in advertising with The Employer Magazine in 2009 •15 % discount in advertising with The Employer Magazine in 2010 •Inclusion of sponsor’s logo on most marketing material 14
    • Bronze Sponsorship LE 85,000 •Inclusion of sponsor’s name and logo on 50,000 copies of the official catalogue back cover. (Distributed to all exhibitors and visitors during the fair and sold in all The Employer magazine’s outlets after the fair) •Inclusion of sponsor’s name and logo on 50,000 copies of the visitor guide •One Full Page advertisement in the event’s official catalogue •Inclusion of sponsor’s name and logo in the exhibition’s advertising campaign . •Assign an area of 12 m2 in one of the exhibition halls •One Page in The Employer Magazine in a chosen month in 2009 •20% discount in advertising with The Employer Magazine in 2009 •15 % discount in advertising with The Employer Magazine in 2010 •Inclusion of sponsor’s logo on most marketing material 15
    • Silver Sponsorship LE 100,000 •Inclusion of sponsor’s name and logo on 50,000 copies of the official catalogue back cover. (Distributed to all exhibitors and visitors during the fair and sold in all The Employer magazine’s outlets after the fair.) •Inclusion of sponsor’s name and logo on 50,000 copies of the visitor guide •Inclusion of sponsor’s name and logo in the exhibition’s advertising campaign . •Assign an area of 15 m2 in one of the exhibition halls •One full page advertisement in the event’s official catalogue •Two Pages in The Employer Magazine in a chosen month in 2009 •22% discount in advertising with The Employer Magazine in 2009 •15 % discount in advertising with The Employer Magazine in 2010 •Inclusion of sponsor’s logo on most marketing material 16
    • Golden Sponsorship LE 150,000 •Inclusion of sponsor’s name and logo on 50,000 copies of the official catalogue back cover (Distributed to all exhibitors and visitors during the fair and sold in all The Employer magazine’s outlets after the fair) •Inclusion of sponsor’s name and logo on 50,000 copies of the visitor guide •Inclusion of sponsor’s name and logo in the exhibition’s advertising campaign . •Two full pages advertisement in the event’s official catalogue •Assign an area of 18 m2 in one of the exhibitions halls •Inclusion of the sponsor logo in the opening ceremony’s back drop •Picture of booth and logo on our coverage pages in different magazines •First Page in The Employer Magazine in a chosen month in 2009 •25% discount in advertising with The Employer Magazine in 2009 •15 % discount in advertising with The Employer Magazine in 2010 •Inclusion of sponsor’s logo on most marketing material 17
    • Headline Sponsors LE 200,000 •Logo on opening ceremony’s back drop banners and all our banners. •Logo on all our promotional material. •Inside front cover or first page advertisement in the official catalogue •Inclusion of the sponsor logo in the front cover and back cover of the official catalogue (50,000 copies distributed to all exhibitors and visitors during the fair & sold in all The Employer magazine’s outlets after the fair) •Inclusion of sponsor’s name and logo on 50,000 copies of the visitor’s guide •2 Roll up banners in registration area. •Exclusive logo in all name tags (1000 IDs) • Logo on VIP Invitations •Inclusion of sponsor’s name and logo in the exhibition’s advertising campaign •Assigned area of (24 SQM) •Picture of booth & logo on our coverage pages in different magazines •Sponsor’s benefit in The Employer Magazine in a chosen month in 2009 •30% discount in advertising with The Employer Magazine in 2009 •15 % discount in advertising with The Employer Magazine in 2010 •Link in The Employer Magazine’s Website •Logo in the The Employer’s Employment Fair website 18
    • Facilitators •Each Employment Fair will have a representative placed by the Organizer who would be responsible of solving any problems and facilitating their requests •Each Company will be requested to hand in their Interview schedule 3 days prior to the Fair •Each exhibitor will be kindly requested to fill in a feedback form after the fair to help us in fulfilling company’s needs 19
    • Rules & Regulations •Companies are not allowed to use any voice enhancements. Music Speakers with soft music will be put all over the place. •Companies are not allowed to build or dismantle anything during working hours. •Companies are not allowed to distribute flyers or any promotional material away from their booth unless authorized by the organizers. •Companies are not allowed to market or distribute products that do not belong to them. •Sponsors payment should be handed in full before the promotion campaign starts. •Exhibitors payment should be handed in full a week after signing the contract with a deadline of 30 days prior the exhibition. •The Promotional Plan will be executed starting from October – Compensating late entry sponsors will not be possible. •Sponsors will have the privilege of choosing their location according to level of sponsorship and availability (first come first served). •Public announcements are made through our organizer’s office. •An insurance policy worth of LE 10,000,000 is made to cover the Employment Fair against fire and accidents. 20
    • A Glimpse of our Previous Fairs The Employer’s Employment Fair June 2008 The Employer’s Middle Management Employment Fair February 2009
    • Companies who sponsored our previous fairs 22
    • Companies who exhibited in our previous fairs 23
    • Companies who exhibited in our previous fairs (Continued) 24
    • Sessions Schedule Start Time End Time Session Sponsor Topic and Presenter Sessions that took place in our Friday 27th February Middle Management Employment Fair Start Time End Time Session Sponsor Topic and Presenter International Language English in the Business World By 3:00 p.m 3:50 p.m. Bookshop Friday 27th February Mr. Thomas .J.Kelley International Language English in the Business World By Talent Management By 3:00 p.m 3:50 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:50 p.m. Amer group Bookshop Mr. Thomas .J.Kelley Mr. Shady Habib Zepter Direct Sales Talent Management By 4:00 p.m. 4:50 p.m. Zepter group Amer International Egypt 5:00 p.m. 5:50 p.m. By Mr. Shady Habib Mr. Labib Zaatara Zepter Direct Sales Interview Like a Champ By 5:00 p.m. 5:50 p.m. Zepter group Amer International Egypt By 7:00 p.m. 7:50 p.m. Mr. Mohamed Mossilhy Mr. Labib Zaatara Interview Direct Champ By Zepter Like a Sales By 7:00 p.m. 7:50 p.m. Zepter group Amer International Egypt 8:00 p.m. 8:50 p.m. Mr. Mohamed Mossilhy Mr. Labib Zaatara Saturday 28th February Zepter Direct Sales By 8:00 p.m. 8:50 p.m. Zepter International Egypt Mr. Labib Zaatara 12:00 12:50 Speed Reading By Amer group Saturday 28th February p.m. p.m. Mr. Mohamed Mossilhy 12:00 12:50 Speed Reading By Zepter Direct Sales By Zepter group Amer International Egypt 1:00 p.m. 1:50 p.m. p.m. p.m. Mr. Mohamed Mossilhy Mr. Labib Zaatara Reaching your FullSales By By Zepter Direct Potential International Language 1:00 p.m. 1:50 p.m. Zepter International Egypt 2:00 p.m. 2:50 p.m. Mr. Labib Zaatara Bookshop Mr. Thomas.J.Kelley European Excellence Model By Reaching your Full Potential for International Language 2:00 p.m. 2:50 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:50 p.m. New Horizons Corporate Advancement By Bookshop Mr. Thomas.J.Kelley Mr. Samuel Fayez Beshay Training to Excellence Model for European serve Prequalification 6:00 p.m. 6:50 p.m. New Horizons Corporate Advancement By 7:00 p.m. 7:50 p.m. Mitsco for training & translation and Promotion Mr. Samuel Fayez Beshay By Dr. Mohamed Bakr Training to serve Prequalification Time Management 7:00 p.m. 7:50 p.m. Mitsco for training & translation and Promotion 8:00 p.m. 8:50 p.m. Amer group By Mr. Shady Habib By Dr. Mohamed Bakr ZepterManagement Time Direct Sales By 8:00 p.m. 8:50 p.m. Amer group 9:00 p.m. 9:50 p.m. Zepter International Egypt By Mr. Shady Habib Mr. Labib Zaatara Zepter Direct Sales By 9:00 p.m. 9:50 p.m. Zepter International Egypt Mr. Labib Zaatara 25
    • A glimpse of the sessions sponsored by Amer Group
    • Looking forward to having you join our upcoming Fresh Graduates Employment Fair A new era in the employment fairs!!