Call for Speakers for the 2009 Global Online Recruiting Event of the Year
November 3-4, 2009, Chicago
This is a call for speakers having a profound impact on our rapidly changing industry for the upcoming 2009 Global Online Recruiting Conference and Expo to be held November 3-4, 2009 in Chicago.
"The general feeling that surrounds our annual Chicago show is that it is unique, global and serious," says David Hurst, Founder of Onrec.com. "The Onrec Expo is the place where the industry evolves, deals get done and careers advance.”
This notice serves as an open invitation for industry luminaries to submit a speaker proposal to our selection committee before the final program is cemented. Proposals should be sent to email@example.com for consideration.
Continuing on the theme as "The Only Global Gathering of Recruiting Leaders and Game-Changing Technologies," the Onrec Expo will be the largest, most innovative, most attended online recruiting event of 2009. The goal is to bring together all stakeholders involved in recruitment technology purchase decisions to a single location for mutual benefit. That location will be Chicago November 3-4, 2009. Onrec's worldwide staff is working to create an event that delivers opportunities for intense learning and networking. The event will deliver measurable and exceptional ROI for attendees and exhibitors.
In 2009, Onrec will be covering the spectrum of topics for novice to power online recruiters alike, with a particular emphasis on the evolution happening in the marketplace right now. Along with an awards program, Onrec will be co-locating with other events of interest to global online recruitment, such as the International Association of Employment Web Sites (www.EmploymentWebSites.org) Congress.
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