Addressing the recruitment challenge


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Event Summary

In our fast-moving industry where staffing is highlighted as one of the biggest challenges currently being faced by the sector, recruitment and retention strategies can be central to the success of an organisation. Add to this the current concerns surrounding Brexit and its impact upon the UK’s EU workforce and we have an industry issue that requires pressing attention.

With the industry as competitive as ever and the demand for talent on the rise, recruiters need to keep up with the curve if they are to attract the outstanding individuals to their organisation this decade, especially as the values of today’s employees continue to evolve.

Whether concerned about attracting talent, selecting talent, retaining talent or everything that falls under the HR umbrella, our expert panel of speakers are all experienced at nurturing some of the industry’s greatest talents within their workforces and are here to share their top tips, innovative techniques and award-winning approaches with you.

Designed specifically for the business meetings and events industry and aimed at Owner Operators, General Managers, Managing Directors, Sales Directors, HR Directors actually anyone with a recruitment agenda.

This half-day forum will cover topics guaranteed to excite and inspire your 2020 recruitment strategies and support your recruitment challenges in a climate, that for many, is proving to be a tough recruitment environment.

The forum will start at 09.00 hrs with networking and registration and end with lunch. We expect the forum and lunch to be finished by 13.45 hrs.


  • How to be open-minded when looking for talent
  • How to attract talent to your business
  • How to define talent
  • How to select talent
  • How to retain talent

Who Should Attend

  • Owner Operators
  • Directors
  • General Managers
  • Sales & Marketing Managers/Directors
  • HR professionals



Member:£75 +VAT
Non-Member: £125 +VAT

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MIA Events - Coronavirus

The MIA is continuously monitoring the Coronavirus COVID-19 situation to ensure the safety of our event participants and staff.  We are following all recommended guidelines from Public Health England and UK Government.  All MIA events will take place as promoted unless their professional advice changes. 

The safety and health of our attendees and our staff is our top priority, and to that end, we will institute numerous safety measures and guidelines in accordance with recommendations from Public Health England.

We particularly ask that anyone planning to attend that believes they may have been exposed to the Coronavirus, or who is not feeling well, to refrain from joining us for the safety of other attendees.

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 Safety Measures- Recruitment Event