The following companies attended 2010's Career Fair:
  • Apparent Networks
  • Ayogo Games
  • BCIT
  • Cellula Robotics
  • ConeTec Investigations Ltd.
  • Digital Payment
  • Electronic Arts
  • Ericsson
  • Google
  • Inimex
  • Masters of Digital Media
  • MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates Ltd.
  • Metalogix
  • Microsoft
  • PDFTron
  • Safe Software
  • Sauder School of Business
  • Simba Technologies
  • The Active Network
  • Thomson Reuters
  • UBC Continuing Studies
  • UBC Faculty of Law
  • United Front Games


Apparent Networks
http://apparentnetworks.com/
Apparent Networks is the developer of AppCritical (formerly known as AppareNet), a software application that provides a radically different and superior basis for assessing, measuring and diagnosing converged networks to facilitate the optimal performance and management of data, VoIP and video applications.
Utilizing a patent-protected expert technology for network behavior, Apparent Networks' AppCritical software provides network diagnostic, assessment, measurement and monitoring functionality that has proven vastly superior to that provided by the traditional network management products.

Ayogo Games
http://ayogo.com/

BCIT
http://bcit.ca/

Cellula Robotics
http://cellula.com/

ConeTec Investigations Ltd.
http://conetec.com/

Digital Payments
http://digitalpayments.com/

Electronic Arts
http://eacanada.com/
Electronic Arts is a developer and publisher of interactive entertainment—the leader in one of the world's fastest-growing industries. Electronic Arts Canada is the world's largest development studio for interactive entertainment. We develop and produce video games for a variety of game consoles, as well as the PC. EA has three studios across Canada: Burnaby, Downtown Vancouver, and Montreal. EAC provides a uniquely stimulating work culture and an environment that is geared toward creative expression.

Ericsson
http://ericsson.com/

Google
http://google.com/

Inimex
http://inimexpharmaceuticals.com/

Masters of Digital Media
http://mdm.gnwc.ca/

MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates Ltd.
http://mdacorporation.com/
MDA provides advanced information solutions that are essential for decision making. Our business is focused on information solutions for market sectors which offer strong repeat business potential, the Financial Services sector and the Surveillance and Intelligence sector. In addition, the Company conducts a broad range of customer funded Advanced Technology development aimed at further extending human capability.

Metalogix
http://metalogix.net/

Microsoft
http://microsoft.com/college
Imagine having the resources to create tomorrow's technology today, using your skills to create products and solutions that will touch the lives of millions of people, and having fun while you do it. That's Microsoft. People here love their work because they get to think big and dream big. We're looking for the next generation of Microsoft innovators. If you have talent and a passion for technology, this could be your big moment.
You can submit your résumés to [email protected]

PDFTron
http://pdftron.com/

Safe Software
http://safe.com/
Spatial data is everywhere: web mapping servers, navigation systems, personal GPS, and even next generation cellular phones. Safe Software produces powerful a FME platform that makes it easy for organizations to use and leverage spatial data in any format or application. This data plays a key role in new killer apps including Google Maps, Google Earth, Microsoft Virtual Earth and MapPoint. Our FME platform has emerged as de facto standard for ETL and has been chosen by almost every GIS, CAD, ETL, and database vendors as their integrated spatial ETL solution.

Sauder School of Business
http://sauder.ubc.ca/

Simba Technologies
http://simba.com/

The Active Network
http://activenetwork.com/

Thomson Reuters
http://thomsonreuters.com/

UBC Continuing Studies
http://cstudies.ubc.ca/

UBC Faculty of Law
http://www.law.ubc.ca/

United Front Games
http://unitedfrontgames.com/
United Front Games was formed in the summer of 2007. It was the second time around for many of the founders; nine years previously they were among the founders of Black Box Games. Black Box achieved legendary status in Vancouver for both its AAA game titles and its prized culture. In 2002, it was acquired by Electronic Arts.
Our vision will always remain true: we develop great games, but the process by which we create those games is what matters most. Over the years, our leadership has always provided a co-operative and inclusive atmosphere. This approach enables employees to balance project demands with commitments to family, friends and other priorities. We will continue to build on our enviable reputation as a capable, respected developer where people are competitively seeking to work for UFG because we appreciate and value each other.