We are delighted to be the headline sponsor of the UK Summit 2017!

Dec 13, 2016 | News

We are delighted to be the headline sponsor of the UK Summit for the second year running.

The Summit offers the chance to gain a unique insight into the future of recruitment.

Recruiters are facing fresh challenges brought about the combined effect of new technologies and changes to the political paradigm.

Equally, with change comes opportunities: therefore this event will be examining how recruiters can adapt in order to maximise their own profitability this coming year.

The event will feature a distinguished group of speakers:

–          Gary King, the Commercial Director of The Global Recruiter, & James Osborne, the Chairman of The Recruitment Network and CEO of Innergy, who will give a welcome address;

–          John Nurthen, the Executive Director for Global Research at Staffing Industry Analysts, with a speech titled “Five reasons the staffing industry will fail and five reasons it will succeed”;

–          Denis Pennel, the Managing Director of the World Employment Confederation, who will speak about “Leading in a changing world of work: how recruiters contribute to build a better functioning jobs market”; and

–          James Chaplin, the Chief Executive Officer of Vacancysoft LLP, who will give a speech titled “Why changing your business model could make you more profitable”.

Our clients are welcome to be special guests of Vacancysoft and to have free entry to the summit, exclusive access to the lounge area and a guaranteed copy of the State of the Industry magazine. Please contact us if you would like more information.

The event will take place in London, at 30 Euston Square, on March 1st.

Read more about the conference at the Global Recruiter.

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