The Exhibition Services & Contractors Association has launched an employment site for employers and potential employees.
Following the wake of the impact the lockdowns have had on the tradeshow industry, ESCA Executive Director Larry Arnaudet (pictured right) says, “there are many talented, experienced and dedicated tradeshow workforce awaiting the return of tradeshows. Knowing that the landscape will likely have changed upon return, we would like to be there to help match employers with the right employees and bring our workforce back. With that in mind, we have rolled out this employment resource.
“To support and assist our membership, we will be offering this service at no charge to ESCA member employers or those seeking reemployment in this rewarding industry,” adds Arnaudet.
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Arnaudet adds, “We also encourage those seeking employment in the trades to click on the union links located on that same page to access each trade’s apprenticeship program’s information. We cannot wait to see everyone back on the show floor and very much hope that this resource assists in the process.”
Since 1970, ESCA has provided a unified voice for service contractors and their partners in the exhibition industry. ESCA now has more than 160 member companies throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico and maintains alliances with IAEE, TSEA and CEIR to promote the exhibition industry. ESCA is dedicated to the advancement of the exhibition, meetings and special events industries. Through the education, information exchange and level of professionalism shared by members and their customers, ESCA promotes cooperation among all areas of the exhibition industry. For more info, visit www.esca.org.