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Apparel & Fashion Career Fair and Expo

he Canadian Apparel Federation is pleased to announce that we will be hosting our inaugural Apparel & Fashion Career Fair and Expo at Metro Hall on September 25, 2018 from 12-8 p.m. Join us in downtown Toronto for a one of a kind recruitment and networking experience.

With support from the City of Toronto, the Apparel & Fashion Career Fair and Expo will connect top employers with prospective employees. As Canada's apparel industry evolves and grows, employers in today's market are blending tradition with innovation by seeking new hires armed with skills in business and communication, social media, digital marketing, industrial, graphic and fashion design, engineering, e-commerce, and more.

This presents an opportunity for those who are entering the industry for the first time to put their skills to the test in new and innovative ways. It is also a perfect space for budding entrepreneurs and small businesses to network with top industry leaders and innovators such as Cobmex, Pink Tartan, Jenny Bird, Wuxly Movement, Studio La Beauté, Encircled, Comrags and more. We hope to build on the success of our sister organization, Apparel Quebec, who held a similar event in Montreal in March of 2018.

There will be a series of free seminars the day of the event. This is an exclusive opportunity for attendees to learn about topical issues from some of the biggest names in the industry. The career fair will be followed by a networking reception, allowing both job seekers and employers to mingle in a more intimate and relaxed setting. Coffee, hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar will be provided.

Registration is required for this event and spaces are limited. For more information and to register online, visit our website at 

Apparel & Fashion Career Fair and Expo

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