Bullhorn, the cloud computing company that helps staffing and recruiting organisations transform their businesses, will host its fifth annual – and largest to date – Bullhorn Live London event on 11-12 October at Bishopsgate.
Bullhorn Live is a unique industry event created to promote and support the strategic growth of the recruitment industry.
Due to its growing popularity and extensive agenda, Bullhorn Live will be, for the first time ever, a two-day event. A record 1,000 recruitment professionals and thought leaders from across Europe will come together with Bullhorn executives and Marketplace partners to explore, discuss, and learn about this year’s theme: Growing Your Business in the New Relationship Economy.
The New Relationship Economy stipulates that the nature of business-to-business relationships is undergoing a fundamental shift, away from traditional sales-focused models and towards authentic, long-term connections based on trust, individuality, and personalisation.
Peter Linas, international managing director at Bullhorn, says: “As the world of recruitment continues to be shaped by a range of social, political, technological, and economic factors, the need to succeed in the New Relationship Economy is greater than ever before.”
Day one of Bullhorn Live will focus on developing an understanding of how to navigate the New Relationship Economy, beginning with an opening keynote from Bullhorn CEO, Art Papas, and international managing director, Peter Linas. Throughout the day, experts will provide workshops to outline strategies for dealing with key challenges and opportunities that exist within the New Relationship Economy, including EU GDPR, changing business models and hiring trends, the rise and impact of disruptive technology, and socio-political shifts such as Brexit.
Day two of the event will focus on leveraging the latest innovations from Bullhorn and its vast ecosystem of Marketplace partners, beginning with a look at Bullhorn’s product roadmap. Workshops will provide hands-on advice and training to help new and seasoned Bullhorn users use technology to improve productivity, customer service, operational efficiency, and revenue.
Linas continues: “Each year, we have made Bullhorn Live bigger and better as we grow it into an established recruitment industry conference. This year, it will provide more industry-centric, valuable content than ever before and will bring together a wide range of industry practitioners from across Europe.”
“We recognise that the industry is undergoing serious change,” he adds, “and it’s our goal to support growth in what is concurrently a very challenging and promising time for recruiters. Strong business relationships will be the key difference marker.”
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