Organiser Security Cleared Jobs is expecting more than 1,300 visitors at the London edition of its biannual Security Cleared Expo.
The event will take place on 13 November at the QEII Conference Centre, and will aim to provide clients and recruitment agencies with an opportunity to meet professionals with Developed Vetting (DV), Counter Terrorist Check (CTC) or NATO security clearance in a dedicated recruitment environment.
The organiser, Security Cleared Jobs said 60 per cent of the exhibition stands have been sold, more than three months ahead of the show.
“We have a number of prestigious clients already booked like PA Consulting, Boeing, FCO Services and Atkins who have all exhibited previously and see value in doing so again,” Tony Samuel, co-founder and sales director of Security Cleared Jobs told EN.
The show aims to attract individuals from different industries including, information technology, aerospace, biometrics, engineering, defence, nuclear, policing, forensics, logistics and intelligence.
“The popularity of the event has made it a must for many companies looking to hire candidates from the defence, government and nuclear sectors with over 80 per cent of exhibitors rebooking for further EXPO’s. We are seeing a large increase in the Cyber Security market with many companies exhibiting to recruit these elusive candidates,” said Samuel.
The previous London edition in 2012 attracted over 1,200 security cleared professionals (unaudited).
Earlier this year, Security Cleared Jobs was shortlisted for Best Brand Expansion at this year’s Exhibition News awards.
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