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  • Written by chrisr2 1 Comment1 Comment Comments
    March 3, 2011

    Join Chris Russell and other job board execs at the Spring IAEWS event in San Diego held alongside the ERE Conference & Expo.

    Register Here >>

    There are plenty of good reasons to attend the IAEWS Spring Member Congress (and bring a delegation of your coworkers, as well). As always, there will be one-of-a-kind opportunities for networking, deal making and peer-to-peer discussions. However, for this Congress, there are at least two other very important reasons for being there:

    First, the closing session will feature a panel of HR and recruiting executives from Groupon, Hyatt and DaVita. Entitled The Consumer’s Calculus, their discussion will explore what differentiates a vendor in their mind, which variables have the greatest impact on their decision-making and what changes they expect in both their budgets and strategies in the next 12-24 months. The panel moderator will be Laurie Ruettimann of Punk Rock HR fame.

    And second, we have added a special update on the hard fought victory won by the .JOBS Charter Compliance Coalition. You’ll get all of the details on the final weeks that led up to ICANN’s momentous decision that vindicated the IAEWS position on the proposed expansion of the top level domain. In addition, we’ll introduce a number of new initiatives that the association is rolling out to counter some of the claims made about our industry during this debate.

    So, don’t delay. Register right now for this very special conference. The discount rates listed below end in less than a week, on March 9, 2011.

    The Non-Procrastinator’s Discount saves you over 20% on the registration fee for the IAEWS Spring Congress. Register now and it’s just $235 per delegate. Even better, you can register now for BOTH the Spring and the Fall Member Congress at the same low $235 rate.

    The Joint Conference Discount saves you over $600 if you register for both the IAEWS Congress and the ERE Conference that immediately follows it in the same location. Register now and you pay $1130 to attend both events.

    Register right now to lock in these rates. Simply click here to reach the IAEWS registration portal As always, we thank JobTarget OneClick for supporting this functionality.

    The Congress Date, Location & Agenda
    The IAEWS Spring Member Congress will be held on March 23, 2011 at the Manchester Grand Hyatt in San Diego, California. The agenda follows:

    12:00-1:00 PM Registration & Networking (lunch on your own)

    1:00-1:15 PM Chair’s Welcome Ethan Bloomfield, JobTarget OneClick

    1:15-2:00 PM Keynote Presentation: The Platinum Rule Dr. Tony Alessandra

    2:00-2:30 PM Corporate Identity Theft: Protecting Your Trademark Andy Hibel, HigherEdJobs.com

    2:30-3:00 PM .JOBS Update & IAEWS Initiatives John Bell, .JOBS Charter Compliance Coalition; Peter Weddle, IAEWS

    3:00-3:30 PM Break & Networking

    3:30-4:30 PM Member Round Robin: Peer-to-Peer Discussions Carmen Hudson, TweetaJob.com; Mark Dane, MyPerfectGig; John Mellor, WorkinSports

    4:30-5:00 How Big Is Your Checkbook: Government Audits & Fines for Job Boards: Ted Daywalt, VetJobs

    5::00-5:45 The Consumer’s Calculus: Laurie Ruettimann, Punk Rock HR and representatives from Groupon, Hyatt and DaVita

    5:45-6:00 Chair’s Closing Comments

    6:00-8:00 PM Joint IAEWS-ERE Cocktail Reception: Lubricating the Wheels of Commerce

    It doesn’t get any better than that! So, register now for the IAEWS Spring Member Congress.


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  1. #1 business
    March 31, 2011 am31 7:05 am

    ………Join Chris Russell and other job board execs at the Spring IAEWS event in San Diego held alongside the ERE Conference Expo… …There are plenty of good reasons to attend the IAEWS Spring Member Congress and bring a delegation of your coworkers as well .

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