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Clausehound.com Will be Scouting Talent at the Startup Career Expo on January 27!

January 17, 2017

https://clausehound.com/careers/?utmsource=blog&utmcampaign=startupCareerExpo2017&utm_medium=referral Links from this article: Clausehound.com Startup Career Expo Careers vacant

Clausehound.com will be looking to hire new talent at Canada’s largest startup career fair on January 27, 2017!

We will be joining over 80 other startups from Toronto, Montreal, San Francisco, and beyond looking for the best startup and technology talent the University of Toronto has to offer! The event connects passionate students with innovative startups of all disciplines. Hundreds of students will have the opportunity to meet potential employers face-to-face and demonstrate their enthusiasm for entrepreneurship.

https://www.yourenext.ca/about/startup

You’re Next Career Network’s Startup Career Expo aims to enhance the startup culture and career prospects for students at the University of Toronto. It provides curious, job-hunting students with a glimpse into the world of startups.

Are you interested in joining the Clausehound.com team? Check out our Careers page to see if there are any positions that fit your profilehttps://clausehound.com/small-business-law-library/?utm_source=blog&utm_campaign=startupCareerExpo2017&utm_medium=referral

Event details: When: January 27th, 2017 - 10:00AM - 4:00PM Where: MaRS Discovery District - 101 College St, Toronto, ON M5G 1L7

Come and meet the Clausehound.com’s team at the Startup Career Expo on January 27th! As passionate entrepreneurs ourselves, we look forward to meeting the next generation of innovators and filling our vacant positions!

Interested in attending? Check out the details on the Startup Career Expo event page.

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Written by Rajah. Rajah Lehal is Founder and CEO of Clausehound.com. Rajah is a legal technologist and technology lawyer who is, together with the Clausehound team, capturing and sharing lawyer expertise, building deal negotiation libraries, teaching negotiation in classrooms, and automating negotiation with software.