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Staffing Firms receive (4) Virtual One-on-ones with MSP/Enterprise on May 5th.  25% off for Club members. 

MSP & Buyers are FREE.  We ask that you agree to meet with 9 solution providers virtually on May 4, 2023.  

CW Ops: 3 Events in 1

Your ticket affords you access to 2 events:

  1. 4 May: Virtual 1-1 Meetings (12-5pm ET)*
  2. 11 May: Keynote, Roundtables & Happy Hour w/ Enterprise, MSP and Suppliers (9am-7pm ET)

*MSP Ops and PMs agree to conduct up to nine 10-minute Virtual one-on-one meetings. 

**Suppliers receive four one-on-one Virtual Meetings with MSPs. You may request or accept invites from anyone including Buyers, MSPs or Providers.

Important Dates:  

  • Enrollment for virtual one-on-ones expire at 5:00 PM ET on 3 May.
  • Meeting Requests/Accepts: April 28 – May 2, 2023
  • Conduct virtual one-on-ones on 4 May 12- PM ET.


Staffing Owners, Executives and Solutions Sales

Managed Service Provider (MSP) Program and Ops Leads

F1000 Procurement, TA and Internal Program Leads

Just a train ride away

The Venue is adjacent to Grand Central Station

Virtual 1-1s included

4 10-min private Meetings with video

Nice Attendee Ratios

50:50 MSP/Buyer:Suppliers

FREE Tickets Available

For MSP Club members and Enterprise Buyers

Networking discussions include...

  • Supplier Optimization
  • Contractor processes and engagement
  • Workflow, Req flow, order fulfillment
  • Legal and compliance
  • Total Talent Management
  • Leveraging Technology
  • Strategy and Stakeholder Engagement
  • Alignment w/Corporate Initiatives (D&I, etc).
"Thanks for hosting that event yesterday! I learned quite a bit, and made some solid connections that have led to follow up meetings. Can't wait for the next one!"


8:00 – 9:00

Registration & Networking Breakfast

9:00 – 9:15

Welcome by Event Sponsors

Leo Russell, CEO & Founder @ Pride Global

Pamela O’Rourke, Founder & CEO, ICON Information Consultants powered by Opptly

9:15 – 9:45

Keynote Panel

10:00 – 12:00 Breakouts Rounds 1+2

1: Success factors of an internally run program (without an MSP)

Nick Clagnaz, Vice President, Talent Acquisition/Contingent Workforce Program Leader @ Broadridge Financial Solutions

Daniel Kalman, MSP Operations Expert

  1. Utilization of Direct Hire solutions within an internally run program
  2. Major differences (challenges or successes) to supplier partners when the program is run internally versus via an MSP
  3. What other technology or delivery solutions have proven successful in an internally run program.

10:00 – 12:00 Breakouts Rounds 1+2

2: Centralizing Labor in ONE tool to control governance, compliance & contract management

Pratik Patel, Director – Category Management – Labor/North America Technology Spend @ Mastercard

Join Pratik for a healthy dialogue to collectively share benefits and what can be done further to advance towards optimization of technology

10:00 – 12:00 Breakouts Rounds 1+2

3: Mitigate Ghosting once and for all

Dené Matchett, Director, HR Shared Services @ Pitney Bowes

How do we get people to show up and work through their assignment?  This is especially a problem for Light Industrial workers on the PB program.

10:00 – 12:00 Breakouts Rounds 1+2

4: Buyers are from Mars, Suppliers are from Venus

Dupre Jones, Senior Category Manager, Logistics @ Align Technology

As a Buyer, do you feel frustrated that Suppliers don’t respond consistently to your RFI’s and RFPs, thus making it difficult to really do a side-by-side comparison of offerings? As a Supplier, do you feel constrained by restrictive structures of RFI’s and RFP’s and thus really can sell the buyer on what you can do that’s unique? 

In this session – as a buyer you will learn how to create structure RFx’s that get the side-by-side comparison data you need while still being able to chart “outliner” services and offering that may benefit your organization. As a supplier you will learn how to speak the language of the buyer in a way where you are compliant to their requests while standing out as a unique entity with enhanced offers beyond their expectations.

12:00 – 1:15


1:15 – 1:45

Keynote by IMS People

1:45 – 3:15 Breakouts Rounds 3+4

1: Current Trends & Best Practices in the CW Ecosystem

Allen Chilson, Talent Acquisition Leader @ Danaher

Join this dialogue  to share your view of current trends and best practices including technology and new regulations.  What have you seen and experienced that really works?

1:45 – 3:15 Breakouts Rounds 3+4

2: MSP/VMS Implementation best practices

Nicholas DiZoglio, Global Contingent Workforce Program Manager @ PerkinElmer

Nick will share his experiences in doing an RFP during a Divesture and kicking up two MSP programs in one company.

1:45 – 3:15 Breakouts Rounds 3+4

3: The Future Office circa 2030

Tony Gagliardi, Head, Indirect Sourcing North and Central America @ Elekta

How will today’s trends in workplace dynamics vs corporate culture inform the future working arrangements? What are the challenges of “Thinking Global” against “Working Local”?

3:30 – 4:00


4:00 – 6:00

Wine & Cheese Reception

5-star venue

Graybar Penthouse
420 Lexington Ave., 30th Floor
New York, NY 10170

Atop the Graybar building in Midtown Manhattan is home to the Flight Deck which boasts 3 rooftop decks and soaring views of Midtown East. Conveniently located next door to Grand Central station, the historic location offers quintessential New York charm hosting the original tenant’s fireplaces which were constructed in 1927 and sit on original Vermont Verde marble floors. The cork board tiles in the library offer an intimate and unique look back to a time that once was. 


Allen Chilson

Talent Acquisition Leader - Vendor Management

Bryan Tweed

IMS People
Sr. VP, Sales & Key Accounts - North America

Daniel Kalman

MSP Company
VP, Client Strategy

Dené Matchett

Pitney Bowes
Director, Human Resources Shared Services

Dupre Jones

Align Technology
Senior Category Manager, Logistics

Jimmy Iannuzzi

nTech Workfroce
VP & General Manager

Leo Russell

Pride Global
Founder & CEO

Nicholas DiZoglio

Global Contingent Workforce Program Manager

Nick Clagnaz

Broadridge Financial Solutions
Sr. Director, Talent Acquisition/Contingent Workforce Program Leader

Pamela O'Rourke

ICON Information Consultants
Founder & CEO

Pratik Patel

Director - Category Management - Labor/North America Technology Spend

Anthony Gagliardi

Head, Indirect Sourcing North and Central America


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