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Wednesday, September 30, 2020
9:30 AM - 5:00 PM PST

Direct Sourcing Summit is a one-day conference curated especially for Enterprise Procurement and Talent Acquisition Leaders to gather the latest trends and successes in directly sourcing their contingent labor via technology and/or talent pool solutions.

Non-enterprise attendees will be limited to sponsors only. Sponsors will be technology and solution providers of Direct Sourcing and/or Talent Pools.

As an Enterprise Attendee, you receive the following with your registration:

8 hours of case studies, demos and meetings with peers and Solution Providers

Presentations and Case Studies

Lunch, Coffee plus 1hr cocktail reception with noshes

Keynote Speaker

Wendy Stenger, Global Lead, Contingent Workforce Programs, Thomson Reuters

Wendy is a trailblazer in the global talent ecosystem. Over the last 3 years, Wendy has taken her medium size Contingent Workforce program and expanded it into 7 geographies. Wendy’s heads TR’s Contingent Workforce Program globally. The program fills 80% of open roles at a 15% average savings by addressing supplier margins and not impacting worker pay rates.  An Air Force Veteran and skilled industry speaker, Wendy willing shares Best Practices to Enterprise Leaders at ClubVMSA’s Direct Sourcing Summit.

Who's Attending

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"Technology is changing the way we interact as humans"

Dan Brown

Agenda

9:00 AM Arrival: Pre-event Noshes and Networking

9:30 AM Keynote: Thomson Reuters 3-yr Journey toward a balanced CW Program leveraging directly sourced contractors Wendy Stenger, Thomson Reuters Q&A by Title Sponsor

10:30 AM  Talent Solutions Title Sponsor Showcase I

11:15 AM  Networking Break

11:30 AM Breakouts:

  1. Readiness Exercise
  2. Direct Sourcing Co-existing with MSP
  3. Re-enforcing staffing supplier relationships amidst implementation
  4. Creating a talent pool and tying it together with technology
  5. Gaining HR, legal and leadership buy-in

12:15 PM Networking Lunch

1:15 PM Group Photo

1:30 PM Talent Solutions Sponsor Showcase 2

2:00 PM Breakouts:

  1. Readiness Exercise
  2. Direct Sourcing Co-existing with MSP
  3. Re-enforcing staffing supplier relationships amidst implementation
  4. Creating a talent pool and tying it together with technology
  5. Gaining HR, legal and leadership buy-in

2:45 PM Networking Break

3:30 PM Talent Solutions Sponsor Showcase 3

4:00 PM  Program Concludes – Happy Hour

5:00 PM Cocktail Hour concludes

Event Sponsors

Direct Sourcing Events Near You:

Date

Venue

Location

March 4, 2020

Villa Fontaine

San Francisco, CA

April 30, 2020

We Work

New York, NY

May 13, 2020

The Dominican

Brussels, Belgium

September 30, 2020

TBD

Minneapolis, MN

Participant

Check us out with no obligation. Listen to leaders in the industry live and unplugged every day for free. Maybe you’ll decide to move up to Contributor after a few weeks. Thanks for being a part of ClubVMSA!

Please select your community:

Participant

Check us out with no obligation. Listen to leaders in the industry live and unplugged every day for free. Maybe you’ll decide to move up to Contributor after a few weeks. Thanks for being a part of ClubVMSA!

Please select your community:

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