Boost Juice founder Janine Allis (pictured right) will head a stellar line-up of speakers when recruitment software specialist Bullhorn hosts Engage Sydney 2020 in March.
Janine will detail how she started her juice and smoothie empire in her kitchen in 2000 and turned it into an international success story with outlets in 15 countries.
Her closing keynote address will be one of the highlights of the day-long Engage event which is part of the premier global recruiting conference series.
Bullhorn senior marketing manager, Aneliese Hynes, said Engage would enable recruitment professionals to immerse themselves in key industry trends, technology innovation and Bullhorn best practices to help make the best decisions to grow their business.
“Participants in Engage will discover how to more effectively engage talent, leadership and the future development of recruitment,” Ms Hynes said.
“At Engage, recruitment leaders and practitioners alike will come together for unparalleled industry insights and tactical Bullhorn product training.
“Engage is the perfect place for recruitment professionals to make new connections and learn from the brightest minds in the field but it is still intimate enough that they will see some of their favourite recruitment friends.
“Engage Sydney will offer the chance to learn from some of the brightest minds in the field, network with your peers and discover how to more effectively engage clients, talent and leadership.”
Engage Sydney will be held at the Sofitel Wentworth Hotel on Wednesday, March 4.
Key speakers will include Bullhorn president and CTO Matt Fischer, Chandler Macleod Group CEO Peter Acheson, Harrier Group CEO and Group Managing Director Kelly Quirk, Talent CEO Mark Nielsen and Beaumont People founder and CEO Nikki Beaumont.
For full details on Engage Sydney, including registration information, go to http://engage.bullhorn.com/engage-sydney-2020/