Speakers

The plenary program and all keynotes at the Recruitment Tech Event 2019 were in English.

Megan Marie Butler, CognitionX

Megan Butler

Is ArtifIcial Intelligence all its hyped up to be?

In this opening keynote Megan discusses the impact that AI has on the world of work and what this means for recruitment.

About Megan Butler

Megan is a PhD student at the Leeds University Business School (LUBS) and works as an HR specialist at CognitionX, a research agency in the field of AI.

Richard van Hooijdonk

Richard van Hooijdonk

The future of the recruiter in a new world of work

Keynote on the changing world of work under the influence of new technology and its effects on the recruitment profession.

About Richard van Hooijdonk

Top speaker, trend watcher and futurist Richard van Hooijdonk offers inspiring lectures on the impact of new technology on the way we live, work and do business.

Elin Oberg Martenzon, TNG

Elin Öberg Mårtenzon

Working on a bias-free assessment bot

Keynote on Tengai, a social interview robot, which is the solution for to find hidden talent and predict future potential.

About Elin Öberg Mårtenzon

Elin Öberg Mårtenzon is Chief Innovation Officer at the progressive recruitment agency TNG. Elin has 15 years of experience working with HR and recruitment strategies.

Maarten Lens-FitzGerald

Maarten Lens-FitzGerald

'Thanks, the Voicebot will do the interview'

Are you ready for a world where you will not know when you are talking with a real person or a conversational app?

About Maarten Lens-FitzGerald

Maarten Lens-FitzGerald is a keynote speaker, consultant and entrepreneur. He is Global Head of Voice at the European digital product agency Nodes.

Breakouts

These speakers provided their breakout at the Recruitment Tech Event 2019 in English:

Matt Burney, Indeed

Matt Burney

Enhancing the human side of hiring with AI

Learn how AI can free up time so you can focus on the human side of recruitment.

About Matt Burney
Matt is well known in the world of recruitment where he has been working for more than 20 years. Matt has worked on both sides of the table, as a corporate recruiter managing large global and APAC-specific projects as well as on the agency side. Matt has an enormous amount of knowledge and experience to share.

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Marieke van Heek

Join the HR Analytics Game and experience the fun!

Join the HR Analytics and experience an exciting game to learn about the importance of data.

About Marieke van Heek
Marieke has years of experience in Recruitment & Marketing. Both from corporate perspective (Essent, MN) and agencies. Within Fresh Forces she is developing innovative and creative concepts on Talent Acquisition together with the new generation professionals (young fresh forces). For example in Employee Journeys, onboarding programs or selection challenges.

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Patrick Boonstra

10 ways to automate recruitment (ENG)

10 ways to automate recruitment.

About Patrick Boonstra
Patrick Boonstra is Dragonfighter & Advisor Recruitment Innovation. With a background as an engineer (ir.), several years of business consultancy and at a creative employment market communication consultancy, Patrick now advises on innovations in the recruitment profession. He brings together (labour market) communication and technology, from Employer branding, to recruitment advertising and sourcing, both in terms of content, but also with which systems this is supported. His mission is to make complex issues as simple as possible.

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Teddy Dimitrova

Diversity sourcing: Tools & Tactics

‘Teddy’ will give you unmasking insights into the behaviour of female developers and guide you through the tools & tactics about how she found them and how she deals with them!

About Teodora Dimitrova
Teddy is a freelance recruiter and founder of The People & Culture Shop. In recent years she has worked for various start-ups and scale increases. Nowadays she uses this knowledge to advise companies on their growth in the field of People & Culture. She has a true passion for technology and is proud to call herself a “lazy” recruiter. She believes that being lazy can be one of the strengths of today’s recruiters, which she proves by often using all kinds of tools and small technical tricks to automate her work.