2021 Events

Leaps and bounds can be made in your extended workforce programs and talent solutions through peer networking and experience sharing. ClubVMSA curates and produces hi-touch, engaging virtual experiences that contribute to the growth and continuous improvement of the Global Talent Ecosystem.

Daily Video Chats

These 30-minute video chats occur LIVE on Zoom 12:30 - 1:00 PM ET Monday - Friday. They are unscripted and casual conversations with global procurement, talent acquisition, and staffing leaders about trending topics within the Extended Workforce. (300+ in our Searchable Member Library)
Members only
"Sat in on my first daily video chat. Really well done. As a specialist in providing services to the staffing industry this is an unbelievable opportunity to stay in tune with the industry and become an industry insider and trusted advisor. Just wanted to give you a quick thumbs up."

Past and Future Video Chat Schedule

Mastermind Groups

A Mastermind gives you the opportunity to accomplish more in a year than you could possibly do on your own.  A Mastermind is a place where you gain access to new ideas, best practices, immediate feedback and support, encouragement & camaraderie. Masterminds are a conglomeration of groups of 3-6 people working together towards a shared outcome.

“A Mastermind consists of two or more people who work in perfect harmony for the attainment of a definite purpose.”​

Staffing

1st Tue, 3:30-4:30 ET
staffing only

CW Buyers

1st Wed, 2:00-3:00 ET
buyers only

Upcoming Events

21-22 October 2021

CW Ops is made for MSPs, Internal PMs and Staffing Suppliers. Free tickets for MSPs & 50% off for Members​
OPEN

11 November 2021

ViRTUAL STEVE - STaffing Executives' Virtual Experience​. FREE tickets will be available.

28 October 2021

Enterprise Meetup in Brussels, Belgium at VDAB: Flemish public employment services ENTERPRISE & SPONSORS ONLY
SPONSORed

2 December 2021

Enterprise Meetup in Hasselt, Belgium at CEGEKA: ENTERPRISE & SPONSORS ONLY

Enterprise

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!

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Enterprise

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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