Future of Sourcing Talent
in EMEA

Thursday, 25 March 2021

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Virtual Dialogue: 3:00 - 4:15 CET
Virtual One-on-One Meetings: 4:30 - 5:30 CET

FREE Tickets available. 50% off for ClubVMSA members and NextConomy Partners

This virtual 75-minute event is for Enterprise Procurement, Talent Acquisition & Talent Experts to exchange market intelligence and best practices on the extended workforce in EMEA.  Optional 60-minutes of 12-minute one-on-ones will follow.

This highly interactive event will explore the theme of the FUTURE OF SOURCING TALENT in EMEA.  It is brought to you by NextConomy and ClubVMSA.

Breakout Topics:

  • Talent Pool and Sourcing Models of Tomorrow by CXC and twago
  • How to attract, recruit and manage distributed teams across EMEA by Wggil

Additional Topics explored:

  • Optimizing the remote workforce
  • Legislative changes and impacts
  • Direct Sourcing
  • Role of the MSP – Managed Service Provider
  • Technological innovations
  • Pros and cons of integrating FMS into VMS or not
  • RPO – Insource or outsource
  • Perm, contract or temporary talent?

Forge new alliances in private 1:1 meetings.

Professional Facilitation

45-mins of dialogue with takeaways and actions

60-minutes of 1:1 Meetings

5 12-min private Meetings with video (panelists only)

50/50 Attendee Ratios

10+ Buyers and 10+ Solution Providers

FREE Tickets Available

Free for Buyers and Audience attendees

EMEA Meetup Program (CET timing)

15:00 Welcome & What to Expect

15:05 Labor Market Panel Dialogue

15:45 Talent Experts lead 3+ Breakouts – Audience leaves

16:15 Program concludes to prepare for One-on-ones

16:30 One-on-one Networking 12-minute meetings – Optional

17:30  One-on-one Networking concludes

OUR SPONSORs


Panelists

Enterprise Buyers

Stéphanie van de Putte, Bank Degroof Petercam

Raquel Vargas, Bridgestone EMIA

Fina Cammarata, Econocom

Sebastien van dyk, Ex AXA

Maarten Hansson, Phillips

Bas Geysen, Proximus ICT

Anis Ajari, Proximus SpearIT

Anne Thyoux, Proximus SpearIT

Claudia Nigeon, UCB

Edwin Bischoff, VDL Nedcar

Myriam Parmentier, wit gele kruis

Colin McDonagh, Facebook

James Garvin, LinkedIn

Solution Providers

Connor Heaney, CXC Global

Farid El Machaoud, Wiggil

Thomas Jajeh, twago

Elke de Loecker, TAPFIN

TBD

Professional Facilitators & Organizers

Marleen Deleu, NextConomy

Jim Coughlin, ClubVMSA

Jeannine Parise, ClubVMSA

 

Upcoming EMEA Enterprise Meetups

24 June 2021

More information to come

14 October 2021

Enterprise Meetup by Glider. Host TBD. Sponsorships Availble.

Enterprise

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