If your business requires you to be constantly up to date with the latest developments in your industry, or if you are in search of new talents, you should consider organizing or attending a job conference. These provide both employers and those looking for jobs with the opportunity to make the necessary connections. If you would like to organize one, the smart thing to do would be to hire a professional company, such as the event agency of Milan Smart Eventi or the one in London Wonderland Events. And if you would prefer to attend one, here is a list of some of the most prestigious job conferences across the world.
Recruitment Agency Expo
This is one of the leading conferences in the whole world. Held in the UK for the fifth year in a row, it offers 26 seminars that are all free to attend. It covers a wide range of topics, always including coverage of the latest industry developments.
In-House Recruitment Expo
Another one of the UK conferences, In-House specializes in SME and corporate businesses. It is usually attended by at least a few of the well-known names in the corporate world, such as Dave Hazlehurst and Katrina Collier.
Among the most practical conferences, Orlando’s SourceCon will provide you with plenty of tools and tactics to improve your work in your respective industry. It also gives you a chance to do some first-class networking. As an added bonus, the organizers throw a surprise each year. This year’s surprise, for instance, was a speaker platform where you could listen to only the best, which is why it was called All Star.
Talent Acquisition Summit
This one is being held in Dallas. It focuses on one of the most important things in business – talent acquisition. Studies have shown that only 13% of all the organizations believe that they are doing it right, but plenty of them have benefitted from this conference and the strategies that are being revealed here.
The Sourcing Summit from Singapore was first held in 2011, but has now managed to expand to many European countries. This year’s conference focused on the very cycle of talent acquisition.