Volcanic is launching a Digital Marketing Surgery at next week’s Recruitment Agency Expo
Staffed by leading consultants in their respective fields, the drop-in surgery at stand F11 will offer free expert consultancy to all visitors to the RAE.
Experts on stand will give one-to-one advice on business-critical subjects such as websites, SEO, branding, marketing, video marketing, integration, CRMs, ROI and the GDPR.
Volcanic has created the digital marketing surgery in conjunction with the RAE, to share ideas and best practice across the recruitment sector, to the benefit of the whole industry.
Alison Dwyer, global marketing director at Volcanic, said: “Volcanic has levelled the playing field in recruitment technology and we are furthering our commitment to supporting the industry by bringing together a panel of independent experts across different disciplines.
“In recruitment marketing, everything works best when the sum of the different parts comes together. We like to think of it like going to the gym: you can buy gym membership and never go - or you can get a personal trainer and see spectacular results.
“There is enormous talent available to recruitment agencies. Particularly as we continue to move towards a Gig economy, recruiters can buy in specialist expertise for set timeframes to gain access to expert knowledge, ultimately creating a holistic view around digital marketing in recruitment.”
Watch this space for announcements of our panel of experts.
For free advice on all aspects of digital marketing in recruitment, come and visit us at the drop-in Digital Marketing Surgery on stand F11, directly at the entrance to the VIP lounge.
The Volcanic team will also be presenting market leading recruitment websites and job boards on stand A15 at the show. For a chat about Volcanic's market-leading, GDPR-compliant websites, come and see us at the stand or contact us.
Volcanic is supporting the recruitment industry towards GDPR compliance ahead of the May 2018 deadine. Download your free guide to GDPR for recruitment agencies.