MISI REVIEW: Gadden Gothenburgs biggest Business jobb fair
A JOBBHUNTING THEME SPECIAL
Dear students if you're interested in a future career in a Swedish mutli-international enterprise such as Volvo, IKEA, SEB, Handelsbanken, AstraZeneca etc within the realms of business. You should definetly go and stroll around the biggest jobb fair for business students in Sweden called GADDEN! On November 24-25th the biggest business recruiting event is held inside Handelshögskolan in Gothenburg. Over more than 40 of the wellknown Swedish and International business enterprises are going to attend the jobb fair to recruit and promote themselves for around 5000 students attending Gadden over the two days.
Gadden is the biggest studentprojekt at Handelshögskolan in Gothenburg, mainly directed for the business students at Handels in Gothenburg to meet future employees and create new business contacts. From once being a smaller local jobb fair, Gadden has grown tremendously during the past years to become a all inclusive event of the year! At Gadden execpt for all the business exhibitors, there are also many guest lectures where they invite very known Swedish entreprenuers and high ranked business CEOs to hold open lecutres regarding their pursuit for succees. Other business who attend Gadden, do it for promotional reasons and give out lots of free gifts to both students and the representatives of the enterprises. Therefore when Gadden is around, as a former student at Handels there's never an issue about free fika during Gadden times.
The last couple of times I have attended Gadden, I have always been very successful in getting to know more about my career possibilities and their requirements. Even though this jobb fair is mainly directed towards local business students at Handels, there are still many multi-international companies who offers career oppourtunities to international students.
With that being said just come by Gadden the 24-25 November at Handelshögskolan in Gothenburg and mingle around enterprises with your friends and explore the business job market in Sweden.
// Yining Misi.se 2010