Amybeth Hale – Research Goddess

Registration Now Open for SourceCon 2007
June 4, 2007, 5:15 am
Filed under: Recruiting, Research, SourceCon

In case you have not heard, there is a conference coming up in September called SourceCon 2007. This conference is the first of its kind, a global sourcing conference geared specifically for sourcers and researchers! Finally, something just for us!

Registration for this conference is now open! The conference will be held in Atlanta, GA at the Grand Hyatt Atlanta in Buckhead from September 11th – 13th. The event will be MC’ed by none other than Searchologist and All-Around-Nice-Guy, Jim Stroud.

This should be a great learning experience for anyone who does or has interest in any kind of research and/or sourcing. I myself will be in attendance and hope to meet many of you there!

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Comment by Jaffe

SouceCon looks awesome! Only problem is the site has a ton of grammatical errors and type-os and I am afraid that if I show the site to the owners of my firm, they will wonder about the legitimacy of the event. Hopefully they proofread the site in the next month or so and I can forward it to the decision makers!

Comment by Jennie

Just like Jennie, I had the same thought. Can someone clean up the spelling errors so my boss won’t get hung up on those instead of seeing the value of this event?!

Comment by Erica

anyways… here’s the big hype of the day… how i solved the sourcecon challenge:

Comment by JeremyLanghans

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