Sourcing will consist of a workshop afternoon for active sourcers, researchers and recruiters that want to push their sourcing skills and discover more. The following conference day is for everyone with an interest in Recruitment and Sourcing will ensure that those new to sourcing can discover what it's all about and the more experienced practitioners can delve deeper into their craft.
Day One will comprise of an afternoon workshop for up to 40 attendees to challenge their sourcing skills. We then hope to give the Day One workshop attendees the opportunity to network and socialise with the conference speakers in the evening.
Day Two’s conference will feature a main stage with six high profile speakers. Additional break-out streams on day two will also provide the opportunity for further learning.The main themes for the event will be:
Telling the story of Sourcing
Practical sessions on sourcing & Internet search skills (at a basic and advanced level)
Exploring real life case studies
Discussing European sourcing challenges
Discovering social media for sourcing & intelligence gathering
With more than 10 proposed sessions to choose from, there will be something for attendees at all levels from Heads of Recruitment and seasoned sourcers to the inexperienced researcher.
Speakers so far include Katharine Robinson, Karen Blakeman, Laura Stoker, Oscar Mager, Ralph Meyer, Martin Lee and Shane McCusker.
More speakers, from around the world, will be announced as their availability is confirmed. To keep up to date with new speaker information visit uksourcers.co.uk or follow @UKSourcers on Twitter.
Purchase your ticket to Discover Sourcing here: http://discoversourcing.eventbrite.com
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Fishermen hooked the squid in the Antarctic in 2007, froze it, and brought it to a lab for study. Based on larger, though incomplete, carcasses of the same species, the researchers believe they'll find even bigger colossal squid eyes in the future.
then what are you saying?
Note: I did not say I "discovered" anything. I was simply citing a source of reliable info. Perhaps you "discovered" what Gerry said before I did. If so - great job. Can we call you "Scoop" from now on?…