After the last #trulondon in September, we made a decision to freshen things up a bit. Not lose any of the excitement and conversation, but give the opportunity for new topics, retain some of the favourites and give hands on access to some of the new technology we talk about. We have a great line up of track leaders and some exciting extras, and we have moved to a one crammed day of content with tracks lasting 40 minutes. As always, dress code is casual, theres no name badges or powerpoint, we’ve added luch (a curry, what else in Brick Lane) and we are back at our favourite venue, the City Hotel. Thanks to our global sponsors Kelly Services for once again making this event possible, and keeping ticket prices affordable.
> Show and tell tech lab
18 new product sessions with the usual no pitches. 20 minute sessions consisting of 5 minute discussion on need, 10 minute product demo and 5 minutes Q&A. At the end of the sessions participants will answer a simple question with thumbs up and thumbs down, “If you had the need and the budget would you buy it?”
Any company can take part by buying a show and tell ticket priced at £250
Companies taking part include:
> Take the interview from New York – Interview process technology and video
> RolePoint from San Francisco and London – Social referral technology
> Loop from Brighton and San Francisco – Mobile platform for branding and recruitment process
> OnRecruit from Amsterdam – Performance analytics, campaign management for pay per click
> Job and Talent from Madrid and London – Aggregation and matching technology
> PocketRecruit from London – Mobile content and engagement platform
> WorkDigital from London- Unveiling a new product
> Pando from NewYork – Business intelligence platform
> Joberate from Finland – Predictive recruitment analytics and talent pooling
> Maximum employment marketing group from Rotterdam and China – Proxy targeted display advertising
We will be announcing the next 4 participating companies next week, and theres room for 4 more. get a show and tell ticket if you want to take part.
> Social Recruiting winners
with Maximum and the Social Recruitment Monitor
The Social Recruitment Monitor™ ranks social media recruitment activity for the world’s leading employers. It accurately tracks data for the major social networks, and refreshes weekly so that the ffigures stay up to date. The SRM Index is the overall rankings indicator: it uses a combination of carefully weighted variables that are proven indicators of popularity, activity and interaction – not just the “fan base”.
> Brought to us by sponsors Maximum Employment Marketing Group , tracks will be hosted by the people behind the top performing career brands for the last 12 months according to the index. During lunch Maximum will be presenting recognition awards for the top performers (according to the data) on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube. (and they are paying for lunch!) Real stories from real companies.
> The #CandE companies
The evening of the 25th Feb will be marked by a celebration of the UK candidate experience awards winners for 2013. Companies judged by data collected by their candidates, not the opinion of a panel. It is the most comprehensive benchmarking of candidate experience in the UK.
The #CandE tracks will be hosted by Leigh Carpenter, UK programme director, featuring an opening breakdown of the data by Gerry Crispin and a summary by Elaine Orler, and representatives from 4 of the participating companies sharing what they have done to improve candidate experience during 2012. Real stories with no small talk.
> Tech Recruiting and the tech #SourceLab
Hosted by our tech track sponsors StackOverflow Careers 2.0 European Managing Director Dimitar Stanimiroff, who will be sharing some sourcing secrets from Careers 2.0, and tricks and hacks from:
> Martin Lee – Director of Research and Search at Social Media Search
> Andrea Mitchell – Talent community manager and sourcer at GE/Ochre House
> Shane McCusker – Founder at Intelligence Software
> Matt Burney – Talent acquisition and in-house resourcing strategist at G4S
> Craig Fisher – VP Recruiting, LinkedIn training and social media strategy at Ajax Media
> Kes Thygesen of sponsors RolePoint, the social referral platform, will be hosting the open tracks
with tracks from:
> Kevin Wheeler – Future of Talent Institute
> Danielle Weinblatt – Founder – Take the interview
> Peter Gold – Hire Strategies/HR Mash
> Crystal Miller – Digital Strategist – AT&T
> Peter Cosgrove – CPL
> Michael Beygelman – joberate
> Felix Wetzell – JobRapido
> Rachelle Falls – Sun Strategies
> James Smith – CareersinLuxury
> Steve Ward – Cloud Nine
> Andrew Gadomsky – Aspen Advisors
As an added bonus, theres an opening conversation on culture branding
by the global head of marketing at our global sponsors KellyOCG, and a closing conversation on communities
from the founder of one of the only real community platforms, StackOverflow.
Coffees are brought to you by our drinks sponsors Colleague.
The whole event is only made possible by our fantastic global sponsors Kelly Services, who have a few surprises lined up for the day, including Kelly TV.
There are only 30 tickets left, and you wouldn’t want to miss this line up!
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