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Inaugural Tri-Valley Tech Connect job fair arrives next week

Feb. 6 event aims to connect local companies with prospective workers

The inaugural Tri-Valley Tech Connect, a regional job fair for established technology and bio-tech companies to recruit, network and engage in professional development, is set to arrive in Pleasanton next week.

The free event will feature 10 forward-thinking technology and bio-tech companies with offices across the East Bay who are offering positions to talented residents who are tired of enduring two-hour commutes to the Peninsula, organizers said.

Participating companies with on-site booths include Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Sandia National Laboratories, Veeva, Deep Sentinel, 10xGenomics, Unchained Labs, Mom Relaunch and DB Sync.

Local entrepreneurs, technology professionals, graduate students and more are invited to attend the half-day event to network, learn more about professional offerings and complete on-site interviews for available positions, organizers said.

The Tech Connect is set to run from 4-8 p.m. Feb. 6 at Mercedes Benz of Pleasanton at 5338 Owens Drive. For more information, visit www.trivalleytechconnect.org.

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