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Thursday, October 2 • 9:00am - 10:00am

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Session Description: We invite attendees to join us for an interactive discussion of how to attract the best candidates using untraditional methods that go beyond the traditional career fair or job board postings. We will share our data and insights that we've gathered from top CS students across North America about their main priorities in choosing an offer (how you can woo them!), and also their greatest pain points in the recruiting process (how Not to woo them!).


Rob Dennis

Founder, CEO, People.Co

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Thursday October 2, 2014 9:00am - 10:00am EDT
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  • Company Description People.Co is a venture-backed, NYC-based startup building a next-generation platform for talent sourcing, analytics, and assessment. Our initial product is focused on the top campus engineering talent, and we’ve recently launched in private beta with a handful of high-profile, innovative, and selective companies. We’ll be working closely with these companies to refine our research, indicator models, and user experience -- all culminating in a web application that makes it easy to access, target, and process our large datastore of top tech talent on campus. We aim to completely disrupt the campus recruiting process for all involved, transforming the outdated, super-inefficient, event-based methods hated by companies and students alike into highly-targeted, high-touch, wonderfully-efficient experiences that emphasize deep one-on-one connections instead of complicated logistics and batch processing.

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