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NRF Conference

14 May 2015 | Citywest Hotel, Conference & Event Centre, Dublin, Ireland

The NRF Conference 2015 line up of excellent speakers from around the globe imparted information on national and international trends and revealed their thoughts on future prospects for the Recruitment Industry in Ireland and internationally.

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Going for Growth!

Bond International Software were delighted to continue supporting NRF events throughout 2015. Bond’s friendly and knowledgeable consultants were on hand throughout the NRF Conference 2015.

Held at Citywest Hotel (pictured below), the conference was titled “Going for Growth” as an indication of the expected growth of the industry in 2015 with the anticipation that recruiter members will place in excess of 75,000 people in jobs compared to 68,000 in 2014 and 55,000 in 2013.

The Conference was officially opened by An Tánaiste and Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton TD. A strong line up of excellent speakers from around the globe imparted information on national and international trends and revealed their thoughts on future prospects for the Recruitment Industry in Ireland and internationally.

NRF VenueSpeakers
Brian Kerr – Manager, Coach, Analyst and Writer
Lionel Alexander – VP of Hewlett Packard
Gina Quin, B.A, M.B.A., C.Dir – CEO, Dublin Chamber of Commerce
Jonathan Campbell – MD of social talent
Roderick Smyth – MD of Arithon & Temp Buddy
Kevin Green – Vice President of CIETT

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