By: Jaina Louise Winston, Writer / Follow South Jersey Community Services Intern
Cumberland County will host its annual Career Fair & Business Expo at an in-person, outdoor event this year.
The event will be held from 3-6 p.m. on Wednesday October 7 at the New Jersey Motorsports Park in Millville. Businesses and employees can attend the event in person or online platform. If inclement weather stops the event from being held on October 7, the rain date is currently set for October 8.
Registrations and payments to attend as an exhibitor are due at noon on October. You can sign up to attend the event here.
Exhibitors can benefit from attending the fair not only by gaining employees, but also outdoor exhibit space and the opportunity to meet the public at the event and live online. Also, exhibitors and their businesses will be recognized in the expo booklet and receive further recognition after the event.
This will be Cumberland’s largest business expo of the year, and it will promote this year’s census, give away prizes, and offer great resources for entrepreneurs. The event allows the community to recognize local employers in a friendly and safe environment. It is the perfect opportunity to promote businesses and hire consumers in one community.
As businesses continue to feel the effects of COVID-19, entrepreneurs and employers continue to look for ways to maintain consumers. This means expanding business to an online platform or using other methods, such as this year’s Cumberland County Career Fair and Business Expo.
The fair is open to residents of the Bridgeton Area, Greater Millville, and a number of other South Jersey-based Chambers of Commerce.
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