CATS is getting out into the world!
Over the next few months, you can find us at three of the major recruiting conferences. Conferences are a great opportunity to engage with evolving industry trends, expand your network, and absorb as much information as you can. With so much concentrated knowledge in one place, you can be sure to come out of these conferences with a clear vision of the future of staffing and recruiting.
Washington, D.C. – October 16-18
Staffing World is one of the biggest recruiting and staffing events of the year, and we are excited to have a seat at the table. The wealth of knowledge and insight is unrivaled, and we hope to learn as well as contribute. Visit the Exhibit Hall and talk to vendors about what they’ve been working on, and what you can expect to see from them in the future. You can find us at Booth #541.
Bonita Springs, FL – November 4-6
Come join us in sunny Florida for an escape from the cold, November weather. Attend industry presentations, browse the wide variety of booths, and get your head in the game. No matter how many years of experience you have, there is always more to learn. You can find us at Booth #5.
Bonita Springs, FL – November 7-9
If you are in IT or engineering staffing, then this is the conference for you. Technology is in a constant state of evolution, and knowing what’s on the horizon can make a huge difference in how you approach recruiting in a highly connected and changing world. See how you can better attract top talent from a relatively small talent pool. You can find us at Booth #28.
If you plan to attend any of these fall conferences, we would love for you to stop by our booth. We are incredibly excited to be attending the conferences this year, as we have been working tirelessly on the new NALA update (coming soon). We are ready to dazzle, teach, learn, and cultivate meaningful relationships with our users and industry professionals alike. With each conference, we gain a better understanding of the recruitment industry and a better understanding of the challenges our users face.
What conferences, if any, do you plan on attending in the fall? Why did you decide to attend/not attend them?