idibu to attend Recruitment Software and Innovative Technology Showcase
Following the success of their May event, UK Recruiter are running a second Recruitment Software and Innovative Technologies Showcase event in September 2012 (http://recnet27sept.eventbrite.com)/. The event is purely for recruiters (agency or inhouse) and offers an ideal opportunity for you to find the right IT solution to your business challenges. The event provides the perfect platform for you to gauge what technology is available to you and how it can enable you to become more productive and competitive.
The clever format of presentations by innovative technology providers and “speed-pitching” sessions from 20 database and technology companies means that recruiters can see a full range of providers in one afternoon. Additionally during the afternoon the APSCo Technology Leadership Forum will host a debate on the subject of whether technology is fit for purpose. This will be hosted by the forum Chair and we will invite debate and discussion from the floor. Non APSCo members are welcome to attend the session.
As well as idibu, other technology providers at the event include Monster, Colleague, Bullhorn, LaunchPad Recruits, Arithon, Crimson, Safe Screening, Bond Adapt, Microdec, TriSys, Influence, ebsta, iCIMS, Dillistone Systems, Plugin Recruiter, Cube19 and Voyager. With all these leading suppliers under one roof recruiters can simply pick and choose which demonstrations to attend.
A must attend event for recruiters to see how technology is evolving in the recruitment space and how that relates to your business and get the full scope of what differentiates each recruitment technology provider in one short afternoon.
The event runs on 27th September 2012 from 12.30pm to 5.30pm in central London. For more information email Louise Triance at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07724 197830 or register at http://recnet27sept.eventbrite.com/
If you’d like to see or trial idibu and can’t make it to the event, drop us a line at email@example.com or call 0800 311 2750.