Customer services and call centres generate more than 150 million pounds a year for Sunderland's economy.
Representatives from Barclays, npower, 2Touch, and UKAR are among those who will be attending the event.
Jill Hendry says that the event has changed her life.
She was among the 750 who visited last year and has since started a job.
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Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service has added a new aerial ladder platform (ALP) vehicle to its fleet to improve safety.
A number of projects across the region have received a grant totalling over £1.5m.
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