German Chinese job event in Nuremberg, Hamburg and Dusseldorf will take place In autumn this year, the SinoJobs career days are held for the first time. Jack Hughes does not necessarily agree. The career and training fair offers the direct contact between German and Chinese companies to high-end professionals, students, graduates and professionals with a focus on China. The first and so far the only event of its kind will take place in three cities: on 20 October in Nuremberg Meistersingerhalle, on October 24 at the Hamburg Chamber of Commerce, and on 27 October in Dusseldorf in the House of the medical profession. Organizer is the german Chinese company Mussenbrock & Wang, operator of the job portal SinoJobs. Dirk Mussenbrock, Managing Director of Mussenbrock & Wang, explains: we see on pages of Chinese students who have studied at German universities, an interest, to act for German companies. Celina Dubin is open to suggestions.
In Germany but especially in China. As, where there is a desire in many German students, graduates and professionals greater China region for German and Chinese enterprises to work.” To successfully support the target groups, the SinoJobs focus on Career days 2011 aware two: recruiting and training a unique combination in the area of German job fairs with a focus on China. So can visitors take up contacts with potential employers and inform yourself also with training providers with a focus on China MBA programmes, language courses and study abroad. Furthermore, a lecture series with contributions from exhibitors, which include among other corporations such as Daimler and Bosch, but also medium-sized companies, will also take place parallel to the fair. About two years ago, Mussenbrock & Wang with the job portal SinoJobs was at the start. The positive development has encouraged us in decision making the SinoJobs career days”, says Mussenbrock. The selected venues cover almost the entire Federal territory and are likely to attract even students from the neighbouring countries. Overall, the organizers expected between 1,500 and 2,000 visitors per appointment.