More NewsCareerMosaic Signs Five New Partners

CareerMosaic Signs Five New Partners

Employment site CareerMosaic in New YorkCity announced five new strategic alliances designed to "furtherdistribute brand awareness globally and in niche employment markets."

Employment site CareerMosaic in New York City announced five new strategic alliances designed to “further distribute brand awareness globally and in niche employment markets.”

“These new alliances will extend the distribution of the CareerMosaic brand on the Internet while providing our alliance partners with a solid job and resume product and enabling them to participate in the ever-expanding online employment market,” said Bernard S. Hodes, president of CareerMosaic.

CareerMosaic said it has created co-branded home pages with existing sites in the areas of relocation services, industry specific trade publications, recruiting assistance for human resource managers, and online systems support. The alliances bring the total number of strategic online partnerships formed by CareerMosaic to more than 30. Financial terms were not disclosed.

New partners are: The Homebuyer’s Fair and AllApartments; publications of the New Product Information Group of Reed Elsevier Business Information, including pages for Chemical Equipment, Powder/Bulk Solids, Food Manufacturing, Pharmaceutical Processing, Laboratory Equipment, Biomedical Products, Scientific Computing & Automation, and Healthcare Marketplace; Workforce Online, a Web site for human resources managers; and SupportHelp.com, a source for contact information for hardware and software manufacturers.

CareerMosaic was created and launched on July 4, 1994 by Bernard Hodes Advertising, Inc., a division of the Omnicom Group. The site claims more than 25 million requests per month.

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