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CareersEvent.com, formerly Interchange Consultancy Group established in 1995, is a professional event management company specialising solely in the organisation of education and employment exhibitions.

The transitional period from school to work can be a daunting time for our youth. Our exhibitions help students explore a wide range of academic and career opportunities to discover a future that is right for them.

With inspirational talks, topical seminars, application process advice and interactive stands, we deliver an event experience like no other. What’s more, current student representatives are on hand to discuss what it’s really like to study a particular subject, the perfect opportunity to ask those questions Google cannot answer.

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