We invite your company to join this unique matchmaking event taking place physically in Bricks Lund on December 9th, 2021. You will meet pre-screened young international candidates and students from Greater Copenhagen at a Career Fair and in individual 1-1 interview sessions with candidates hand-picked for your open positions.
Why should your company join
– Get a stand in the Career Fair to meet and interact with motivated candidates interested in your company
– Opportunity to have 1:1 interviews with pre-screened candidates matching your open vacancies
– Chance to increase brand awareness across an international audience
– Quick access to your next employee, student worker, intern, or form a project collaboration
We will do the matching for your speed interview sessions
Before the event we’ll do the time-consuming initial screening for you, matching the skills of the candidates with your open positions, and set up the schedule for short interviews with the ones best suited for your company’s needs. This setup will give you more time to interact with relevant and qualified candidates and to ask the questions needed to figure out if there is a match. We expect up to 200 international young professionals and students from Halmstad University, Lund University, Malmø University and Danish universities, as well as international spouses from Citizen Hub Lunds career program.
The last edition of the International Matchmaking Event at the IDEON Science Park was a great success. 360 international candidates applied to be a part of the event and 90 were carefully selected to participate. The candidates met with 13 companies, resulting in a total of 148 interviews and 21 hires.
Price for participation
Companies in the incubator stage – free of charge
Companies with less than 20 employees – 2.500 SEK
Companies with more than 20 employees – 10.000 SEK Maximum number of companies attending is 15.
(Deadline for application: 8th November 10:00)
The event is run by Copenhagen Capacity, Invest In Skåne and Ideon Science Park, as a part of the EU Interreg financed Greater Copenhagen Green Deal project.