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Danny Cahill announces new company ShowPatrol has partnered with CardBrowser
Date:4/8/2010

ShowPatrol and CardBrowser have teamed up to provide you a complete Trade Show Solution tailored to the specific requirements and challenges of the search industry.

Cheshire, CT (PRWEB) April 8, 2010 -- ShowPatrol will be the exclusive reseller of the CardBrowser database in the staffing industry. Effective today, ShowPatrol is responsible for all sales and marketing of the CardBrowser service to search firms and staffing companies globally.

CardBrowser attends hundreds of computer software and hardware, information technology (IT), Internet / digital media, telecommunications, and related tradeshows and conferences globally each year. Their field consultants attend these events and collect business cards from the exhibitors – who are high-tech c-level, sales, marketing, consulting, and engineering professionals. They upload the business cards to a searchable database on the web. There are approximately 250,000 business cards online now, and we add thousands of new cards every month.

ShowPatrol was founded by Danny Cahill, who is the founder and President of Hobson Associates - one of the oldest and most successful high tech search firms in the U.S. Mr. Cahill is also the founder and President of AccordingToDanny, the #1 online training and mentoring company dedicated to enhancing the skills and jumpstarting the spirits of recruiters worldwide. ShowPatrol provides trade show recruiting and training services to the staffing industry.

"We are excited to enter this partnership with ShowPatrol" said Steve Morgan, CardBrowser founder and CEO. "Danny Cahill is a thought leader and top brand in the staffing industry. He has assembled a very talented team of people at ShowPatrol, and we are confident that they will add tremendous value to the CardBrowser service for search firms and staffing companies" added Morgan.

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