What is a Meetup?
An Enterprise Meetup is a half day event of local Extended Workforce Procurement & Talent Acquisition Leaders with vetted Solution Providers collaborating on best practices & networking in a safe venue. It is typically hosted by an Enterprise Client at their corporate offices.
Who should attend?
Join an exclusive group of 40 Extended Workforce Leaders including Procurement, Talent Acquisition Leaders and Highly Vetted Sponsors as you collaborate on best practices in a safe venue. Meetups offers real-time market intelligence & insights for Extended Workforce Programs. The following Enterprise Leaders may join:
Virtual events vs. In-person events
While virtual events are easy and efficient, assembling in a safe and secure environment creates the necessary space to deepen relationships and expand thinking… creating trust and uncovering new ways of working.
Just Ask Our Members
1) How to successfully replace and implement an HR technology provider especially a Vendor Management System (VMS)
2) How to ensure and measure diversity in your recruiting efforts of contingent workers and partner with your talent suppliers
- 1:00 Tour of Brand New Headquarters
- 2:00 Welcome & Background, Host & Organizer
- 2:30 Speaker
- 3:00 Roundtables
- 3:45 Networking Break
- 4:15 Speaker
- 4:45 Roundtables
- 5:30 Wrap up
- 5:45 Networking Reception
- 7:00 Program Concludes
Small Group Breakouts
Kirsten is thrilled to show off Aquafin's new headquarters. Wood, reused materials and innovative techniques play a major role in the design which is a circular building. The venue will be ready by Sept 1 and we will be one of the first visitors to the site.
- Aquafin (2+)
- Galapagos (2)
- Etex Group
- Equans – Fabricom
- Toyota Europe (2)
- John Cockerill
- GEA Group
EnterpriseCorporate Procurement and Talent Acquisition/HR Leaders
FULL ACCESS to ALL sessions including in-person event with keynote and roundtables plus cocktail reception.
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If you run a Contingent Workforce Program at a Fortune 1000 Company, your membership is on us! Gain Buyer Insights; join a Mastermind pod and attend our virtual conferences to build your own network and continuously improve your global talent programs. Thanks for being a part of ClubVMSA!
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