Toronto Board of Trade

Toronto Board of Trade

June 09, 2006 09:28 ET

TORONTO BOARD OF TRADE, WORKOPOLIS.COM JOIN FORCES

Canada's biggest job site partners with Canada's largest local chamber Attention: Business/Financial Editor, City Editor, News Editor, Government/Political Affairs Editor TORONTO--(CCNMatthews - June 9, 2006) -
The Toronto Board of Trade and workopolis.com announced today that
they have reached a multi-year sponsorship agreement, creating a partnership
between Canada's largest local chamber of commerce and the nation's biggest
job site. workopolis.com is now 'The Official On-line Job Recruitment Supplier' of
the Toronto Board of Trade.

"This agreement is great news for the Board and our members," said Board of
Trade President & CEO Glen Grunwald, "Board members will get special access to
the enormous workopolis.com network, and the Board itself will enjoy extra
exposure and new partnering opportunities for events and promotions. We're
going to do some great things together and both partners will benefit."

"This partnership will provide us, and the users of workopolis.com, with
outstanding exposure to both employers and potential employees," said Patrick
Sullivan, President of Workopolis, "It's a strong match between Canada's leader
in on-line recruiting and the needs of Toronto Board of Trade members of all sizes
to hire the best candidates for their organizations."

Workopolis is Canada's leading provider of Internet recruiting and job search
solutions offering a fully bilingual suite of award-winning applications, products
and services to both large and small Canadian companies, including
workopolis.com, Canada's biggest job site-with the most jobs, visitors and
employers of any Canadian job site.

The Toronto Board of Trade is the champion of a competitive and vibrant Toronto
with a mandate to serve, represent and unite the city's business community.
Founded in 1845, the non-profit organization represents 10,000 members with
500,000 employees, and operates at four locations across Toronto. Further
information about Board events, policies, advocacy and products is available on
its website at www.bot.com. /For further information: www.bot.com/media/ IN: ECONOMY, FINANCE, POLITICS

Contact Information

  • Glen Stone, Public Affairs Manager, Toronto Board of Trade
    Primary Phone: 416-862-4565
    E-mail: gstone@bot.com