Recruiter Forum aims to inspire businesses

The third annual Recruiter Forum will feature thoughtprovoking speakers and content, intended to inspire businesses at a time in the economic cycle when this is needed most.

The third annual Recruiter Forum will feature thoughtprovoking speakers and content, intended to inspire businesses at a time in the economic cycle when this is needed most.

Just a few of the topics scheduled for the day-long Forum, set for 23 April, are:

  • planning a successful business strategy when there’s limited market visibility
  • building strong client relationships via thought leadership
  • strengthening existing relaitonships to optimise return
  • the risk of fraud in the recruitment industry.

Speakers include:

  • Kate Bleasdale, chief executive of HealthCare Locums
  • Chris Sheppardson, CEO, Chess Partnership
  • Roger Philby, CEO, Chemistry Group
  • John O’Sullivan, MD, Elite Leaders
  • Alex Raubitschek, MD-International, EMR Group
  • Ann Swain, CEO, Association of Professional Staffing Companies(APSCo).

Kate Bleasdale

Kate Bleasdale

Also on the line-up of blue-chip speakers is Patricia Drain, CEO of Arizonabased Patricia Drain & Associates, who will offer strategies to grow your recruitmen firm.

A Masterclass to be held on 22 April will be led by Dr Chris Shambrook, performance director, K2 Performance Systems. Shambrook’s credential include working with the UK’s Olympic rowing team.

Recruiter editor DeeDee Doke said: “This exciting line-up of speakers and topics will offer unique insights to doing business when we all need to look at our businesses from a different perspective. We’re looking forward to two very inspirational days. I hope you’ll join us for both.”

Chris Sheppardson

Chris Sheppardson

 

 

Both events will be held at the Park Plaza Victoria, London.

For the full agenda go to the event website at - www.recruiterconferences.co.uk - to reserve your place call +44 (0) 20 7970 4770 or email enquiries@recruiterconferences.co.uk

 

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