In-house Recruitment Live Birmingham

19th March 2020, Custard Factory

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In-house Recruitment Live comes to Birmingham

On the 19th March 2020, the hugely successful In-house Recruitment Live comes to Birmingham for what is anticipated to be the greatest show for In-house Recruiters, industry visionaries and disruptors in the Midlands.
This 1-day exhibition will present an abundance of opportunities for teams to push boundaries and discover new and better ways of recruiting. With a medley of high-value seminars, keynotes and panel debates, our unrivalled speaker line-up is hand-picked for their detailed industry knowledge and expertise to share the secrets of their success with us.

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Unrivalled Speaker Content

Be inspired by our live seminars, masterclassess, keynote presentations and panel debates around the industry’s hottest topics.

Network with your peers

Anyone who’s anyone from the in-house world will be present to network, collaborate and be inspired.

Wi-Fi and working zones

With Wi-Fi and dedicated working zones, keep on top of your work whilst enjoying an incredible day out.

Fun stuff

It’s not all work! We’ll have plenty of cool and exciting things going on to keep you entertained throughout the day.

Real life socializing

Relax and unwind at our VIP post event drinks reception – after the action packed day we have in store for you, you’ll need it!

Speakers

Discover the selection of leading industry experts who will be at In-house recruitment Live Birmingham. Our speakers will be discussing some of the hottest topic trends in 2020 and much more!
Emma Neary, Moneysupermarket
Tips to landing a stand out employer brand strategy - Feel the fear and do it anyway
Samantha Bradford, Coventry Building Society
How to Engage with Leadership for Recruitment & Diversity Gains
Sarah Graham, Westmorland Family
Rethinking the Candidate Attraction Strategy to Truly Reflect Your Brand
James Edwards, Mitchells & Butlers
Job Advert Review: Top Research and Data
Daen Fox, Nuffield Health
The Modern Recruiter: Onboarding the Onboarder
Natasha Nagra, Kew Green Hotels
Panellist: 2020 Trends And Fads: What to Watch Out For
Dave Netley, Molson Coors
Building Hiring Manager Capability for Long-Term Success
Kate Parkyn, Deepmind
Panellist: 2020 Trends And Fads: What to Watch Out For
Sean Allen, BJSS
The Digital Skills Gap: Tales From the Trenches
Glenn Martin, Remitly
Automation V Human Engagement
Kesh Ladwa, Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Game
A Commonwealth Games Journey: Becoming a More Inclusive Employer
Jon Hull, Nationwide
Volume Recruitment: You Can't Do It Alone
Aisha Lewis, Nationwide
Volume Recruitment: You Can't Do It Alone
Mark Bevans, WeLove9am
Creating an Effective Employer Branding
Stephen Anderson, Crooton
Recruit Your Competitor's Best Talent
Giles Heckstall-Smith, Jobtrain
How to Super-Charge Your Talent Engagement for 2020
Lynn Cahillane, Totaljobs
Gender Pay Trap: The Vicious Cycle of Gender Pay Inequality at Work
Mike Powell, CV Library
Exclusive Recruitment Insights: Trends For 2020
Dean Sadler, Tribepad
New Tech - Improve Your Candidate's Experience Using Video & AI
James Waby, Access Screening
Top Challenges and Trends Affecting How You Screen Your Candidates
Alex Belford, Hiring Hub
How to Hire Quality Candidates and Fill Jobs Faster
Nicky Garcea, Cappfinity
Strengths-Based Recruitment- Now and in the Future
Neil Millett, reed.co.uk
Recruitment Strategy Results & Insights
Rob Prince, Talent Nexus
Programmatic Advertising & Intelligent Targeting
Richard Youngman, Networx
Creating a Winning Application Process to Improve Engagement in a Competitive Market
Sam Davies, Real Links
Running a successful referral scheme
Natasha Preocanin, In-house Recruitment
Event Chair
Alan Walker, Udder
Stage Host
Jeremy Russon, Udder
Stage Host
Mark Lennox, In-house Recruitment
Event Chair

Who’s Attending

Abbott, Accord Housing Association, Activate, Aggregate Industries, Almarose Hotels, Amey, Apollo Home Healthcare, Arcadis, Arcus FM, Arla Foods, Autosmart, Avis Budget Group, B. Braun, Babbage Lovelace, BBC, Biffa Waste Services, Bourne Leisure, BP, Bretby Business Consultants, Bromford, Busy Bees, Coventry Building Society, Coventry University, Danone, DCL, Defence Infrastructure Organisation, Defra, Dunelm, Education Development Trust, Encore Personnel, ENSEK, Experian, Farncombe Estate, FDM Group, FIS, Fisher German, FLEETCOR, Gambling Commission, GBG, GDC, Gemini People, Global Media, GraftonGroup, Grant Thornton, Handelsbanken, Harding Retail, Helping Hands Homecare, Homebase, Homes England, HomeServe, Housing Plus Group, Huel, IHR, IKEA, Intequal – IT Apprenticeships, Intouch Games, Irwin Mitchell, ITG, Jaguar Land Rover, Juniper Training, KCOM, Kindred Group, Konecranes Demag, Legal and General, Leicester City Council, Lenstore, Linnaeus Group, London Business School, LoveToKnow BCN, Lyreco, MAHLE, Marston holdings, Marston’s, McDonald’s, McKesson, Midcounties Cooperative, Mills & Reeve, Mitchell’s & Butler’s, MOD, Mondelez, National Grid, Next, Nutricia, Office for National Statistics, Ofqual, OPEN Health, Outcomes First Group, Oxfordshire County Council, PA Housing, Phoenix Group, Primark Stores, Probrand, Provide Consulting, Ready10, REPL Group, Royal British Legion, RSM, Sanctuary Group, Serco, Siemens Mobility, Signet Jewelers, Simplify Group, Sky Betting and Gaming, Sodexo, Solicitors Regulation Authority, Somerset Partnership NHS FT, SonicJobs, Stantec, Stoneseed, Sweco, SYNLAB, Tarmac, Taunton & Somerset NHS Foundation Trust, The Config Team, The Fuel Store, The Huntercombe Group, The Royal British Legion, The Sigma Financial Group, TheInterims.co.uk, Topps Tiles, Trowers & Hamlins, UCAS, University of Birmingham, University of Warwick, Veolia, Version 1, Vodafone, WCS Group, Wesleyan, West Midlands Police, WEX Europe Services, WiggleCRC, WIS International… to name but a few!

Highlights

Exhibitors

Platinum Partners

Gold Partners

Silver Partners

Partners

Innovation Showcase

Media Partners

Testimonials

Venue

Custard Factory is just a five minute walk from the Bullring, the heart of Birmingham’s buzzing creative and digital district and a creative hub home to many independent shops, cafes, bars, restaurants and the Mockingbird Cinema. From the dessert revolution to the digital revolution, Custard Factory has been at the centre of Birmingham’s history as an innovative, globally competitive city where great ideas take shape and where things are made that change the world.
Custard Factory

Gibb Street
Digbeth,
Birmingham
B9 4AA

digbeth.com

Venue opening hours 09:00 – 18:00

VIP drinks are available from 16:30

Accessibility
We are working hard towards making our events fully inclusive so if there are any adjustments or requests that would make them more accessible, no matter how big or small, please do let our events team know and we will do our best to make it possible!
Transport
Train

The nearest station is Moor Street Station – nine minute walk from Digbeth. Birmingham New Street – 13 minute walk.

Coach

The Birmingham Coach Station is only 5 minutes away.  Please click here for the journey planner to plan your trip.

Parking

If driving, multiple car parks are available and can be found here. For cyclists, bike parking can be found in the centre of Custard Factory.

Tram

The West Midlands Metro Birmingham Eastside tram extension will link the new Curzon Street HS2 station to the city centre – with a stop on Digbeth High Street, just a few steps from Custard Factory.

Contact

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