Many Job Boards are now diversifying and exploring ways to grow revenue, adapting their business model to generate more and new revenue. With revenue at the forefront, this year we have sessions on shortlisting, pay for performance and programmatic job advertising. Success stories will be shared, including Experteer on how they have harnessed technology to accelerate rapid growth. We’ve got Indeed on stage, answering your questions, as well as representation from the USA speaking about how they’re tackling the ATS apply issue. Finally, we delve into the challenges that we face in our industry and address the inescapable topics on everyone’s lips.
Global Job Board network, Jobg8 are proud to announce their 5th annual Job Board Summit – Europe, taking place at the striking etc. venues conference centre at St Paul’s, London on the 10-11th November. The celebrated industry leading event attracts over 150 delegates each year and aims to deliver top level insights into European markets and explore the biggest challenges that the industry regularly face.
Louise Grant, CEO of Jobg8 said:
“We are really looking forward to the Summit this year. Each year the event grows as we welcome new faces and return attendees from across Europe. The event always generates fascinating conversations, in particular during our workshop sessions.”
This was our fourth North American Summit and the windy city lived up to it’s reputation with a huge storm and tornado’s on the Wednesday night. Flights were delayed but by noon Thursday all our speakers, panellists and delegates had arrived safely.
You may have already read some write up of the event but if not we’d suggest you take a look at The Job Board Doctor’s article and also a few of our own pre event blogs – particularly Randle Reece’s one on “What Next”.
Dan Finnigan talked about the candidate of the future and YES they are different, they will move jobs multiple times (up to 20) so how you “help them” when they come to you the first time could dictate the relationship you will have with them + he actively wants to work with Job Boards (the API issue) and build data sets.
The client debate was passionate with push back both ways – Kyle Power wants relevant candidates + better data/metrics, Mike, from Shaker sees better opportunities for Job Boards in the Branding area (as does Crytal Miller), Mike also the opportunity to monitise data, which came up throughout the summit. Steve Levy as a recruiter knows that the Job Board Resume database is a great source of candidates but commented “ how easy is it to search?” plus “how many of you get/understand what sourcing is, how we do it and build that thinking into your business model” – The opportunity might be to integrated with a sourcing tool.