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Staffing Firms receive (4) Virtual One-on-ones with MSP/Enterprise on May 5th.  50% off for Club members. 

MSP Operations and Program Managers attend FREE if club members, and agree to meet with 9 staffing attendees virtually on May 5, 2022.  

VISION/CW Ops: 3 Events in 1

Your ticket affords you access to 3 events:

  1. 5 May: Virtual 1-1 Meetings (12-5pm ET)*
  2. 12 May: Keynote, Break & Roundtables w/ Enterprise, MSP and Partners (9-4pm ET)
  3. 12 May: Cocktail Mixer with All Attendees (4-6pm 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.  Buyers may also be included.  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 28 April.
  • Meeting Requests/Accepts: 28 April, 12 ET – 3 May, 5 ET.
  • Conduct virtual one-on-ones on 5 May 1:00 – 5:00 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!"

PROGRAM (ET timing)

  • 8:30 Doors Open & Networking
  • 9:00 Welcome by Leo Russell, CEO & Founder, Pride Global
  • 9:15 Keynote Panel
  • 10:00 Breakouts Round 1 (40 mins)
  • 10:45 Light Fare & Break by TalentBurst
  • 11:30 Breakouts Round 2 (40 mins)
  • 12:00 Lunch by JobDiva
  • 1:30 Case Study with Webex/Cisco and Ursus:

    Digital transformation is everywhere you turn–it’s a rare business that’s not talking about what it means for them. Regardless of your job function, the need to create an “Amazon like user experience” exists. Your clients, management and boards are expecting this of you and to deliver you need the right technical and creative talent to deliver on the promise.  The walls that formerly existed between technical and creative teams have fallen; tech and creative collaboration is stronger than ever, but the recruiting effort is another story. Very few businesses have yet to align their talent acquisition strategies to map how their teams are now working as one. Athena Perez, Product Design Lead at WebEx / Cisco joins Jon Beck, Founder and CEO of Ursus to discuss how WebEx is addressing the needs and challenges of their stakeholders to lead the digital transformation talent acquisition. 

  • 2:00 Breakouts Round 3 (40 mins)
  • 2:45 Breakouts Round 4 (40 mins)
  • 3:30 Optimizing Delivery and Support in MSP programs through the power of outsourcing.  Learn how one staffing firm leveraged outsourcing for over 3,000 hires, by Ashley DeLuca, Medical Recruitment Strategies and Bryan Tweed, IMS People
  • 4:00 Wine and Cheese Reception

Small Group Breakouts Rounds 1-2 (in the AM)


Has Vendor Neutrality gone too far?

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Vendor Neutrality.

Allen Chilson, Talent Acquisition Leader – Vendor Management, Danaher + Jimmy Iannuzzi, nTech Workforce


The next steps in DE&I

Delving deeper into diversity and .how to incorporate Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) into your daily operations.

Anne Stevens, Sr. Procurement Manager, Global HR to & Travel, BIC; Amber St.John, Manger, Global Supplier Diversity & Economic Inclusion, Mondelēz International and Rahdiah Barnes, PrideGlobal


Creating IT Talent Pools

Addressing the IT Talent Shortage with emerging talent and upskilling.

Kelly Calendine, Dev10 Client Director, Genesis10

Small Group Breakouts Rounds 3-4 (in the PM)


Casting a wider net

Filling more roles by considering and utilizing a global marketplace of candidates (not just in the US).

Lauren Towle, Program Manager, Randstad Soureright; Rajiv Jaganathan, EVP, Client Services, and Sally McAllaster, Director, Client Services, GTT


Stopping the SOW "Spill Over"

Many Enterprise programs see SOW spend grow as compliance and controls tighten in their traditional Contingent Workforce/Staff Aug programs.  Learn how to stop the SOW Spill over as staff aug work tends to sneak into SOW spend. 

Round 1: Adam Nowaczynski, Global Contingent Workforce Program Lead, Yahoo; Round 2: Courtney Richardson, Sr. Global Labor Solutions, MetLife


Women in technology workforce

Removing Bias to make the workforce more blended (Make Tech Purple).

Aaron Cohen, Manager of Supplier Relations, PRO Unlimited; Rahul Sharma, Principal and Richa Gupta, Director of Strategic Accounts, BayOne

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. 

VIP Attendees & Speakers

Aaron Cohen

PRO Unlimited
Manager of Supplier Relations

Adam Nowaczynski

Global Contingent Workforce Program Lead

Allen Chilson

Talent Acquisition Leader - Vendor Management

Amber St.John

Mondelēz International
Manager, Global Supplier Diversity & Economic Inclusion

Angela Cordero

Operations Director

Anne Stevens

Senior Procurement Manager, Global HR & Travel

Ashley DeLuca

Medical Recruitment Strategies
Sales Account Executive

Athena Perez

Design Leader

Bryan Tweed

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

Cara Kresge

Impellum Group
VP, Talent Consulting

Cori Brittain

Supplier Engagement Manager

Courtney Richardson

Senior - Global Labor Solutions

Christina Cervera

Vice President, Consulting & Advisory Services

Daniel Kalman

Guidant Global
VP, Client Strategy

Elise Johnson

Managing Director

Jimmy Iannuzzi

nTech Workfroce
VP & General Manager

Jon Beck

Founder & CEO

Kelly Calendine

Client Director

Lauren Towle

Randstad Sourceright
Program Director

Leo Russell

Pride Global
Founder & CEO

Nick Clagnaz

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

Rachel Harrington

Program Director

Rahul Sharma


Rajiv Jaganathan

EVP, Client Services

Rahdiah Barnes

Pride Globl
Diversity. Partnership Liaision

Richa Gupta

Director, Strategic Accounts

Sally McAllaster

Director, Client Services

Sarah Manshack

Pinnacle Group
Senior Director


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