Trade shows are complex affairs. But the easyFairs concept is to make them as simple as possible for all participants.
It takes true professionals to make a tough job seem easy.
The people who work for easyFairs are therefore exceptionally talented, dedicated and disciplined people.
In return for their commitment, we give our employees a supportive and rewarding work environment with outstanding opportunities for professional growth.
Here are some testimonials from easyFairs' Top Talent:
Job: Project Coordinator
"In order to be happy in my working life I have to be creative and feel that I’m making progress. A great advantage of working for easyFairs is that I’ve been given the opportunity to try out my ideas. easyFairs values individual development, as the company encourages us to make use of our personal strengths. Every day is great fun. If you are an independent person who can cope with a fast tempo and unexpected events, I would warmly recommend the job and the company."
"It has been enormously enjoyable to work for a rapidly growing and successful company with a unique concept. I can greatly influence the projects I am working on, which is important to me. Working on projects for many different industries, I have developed a lot as a salesperson and I have won recognition for my efforts, including an award at our 2007 Sales Conference in Mallorca. I have had the privilege of working with enormously competent colleagues who create a good team spirit. I am extremely happy at easyFairs."
Job: Marketing Manager, easyFairs Sweden
Joined: February 2004
"easyFairs is a uniquely positive place to work. As an employee I get amazing opportunities to develop. It is an environment where my ideas and thoughts can have an immediate impact on projects. easyFairs sees the potential that people offer as individuals, giving each employee the opportunity to grow within the organisation."
"The company has a deep knowledge of the markets it serves and a wealth of experience of the trade shows industry. So employees can also learn a lot from their colleagues."