On the 5th and 6th of February, the Recruitment Agency Expo returns to Olympia London, in what promises to be their biggest event yet. Over two days, more than 3,000 leaders from across the recruitment industry will come together to share ideas and offer a consolidated view of where the industry is headed.
The 2019 show promises to help recruitment agencies future proof their business by learning about the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. Key themes include how should you adapt business strategy to maximise performance and profitability, what key trends will define your future, learning about restrictive covenants and settlement agreements, and how best to prepare for IR35.
The line-up includes some of the most influential thought leaders in the industry, including presentations from Betty Encinales from Becruit, who will present her thoughts on how to attract, engage and retain talent among graduates. She will explore how other industry organisations and start-ups are engaging and retaining graduates through innovative marketing techniques and candidate experience.
Also speaking is Dave Pye who will discuss how the world or recruitment and talent delivery is changing. He will explore what transformation looks like today, and what it can look like as a business leader.
The full programme of speakers can be found here.
The show is also set to feature over 100 vendors exhibiting the latest tools, technologies and services, including Recruiter, Logic Melon, Jobrapido and of course, us! We’ll be at stand G3 over both days.
To book your FREE tickets to the Recruitment Agency Expo, simply visit here.
When and where?
Tuesday 5th February 2019: 09.30 – 17.30
Wednesday 6th February 2019: 09.30 – 16.30
Venue Address: Level 2, Olympia London, Hammersmith Road, London, W14 8UX
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