Watch ERE Expo Live on the Web!

This Wednesday will mark the 15th time that I’ve kicked off an ERE Expo in the U.S., but running conferences is a people business, and it’s different every time. The people, personalities, and subject matter changes from show to show — I always come away with something brand new.

The ERE team works hard to introduce new aspects to ERE Expo every time we run one. Last show, we experimented with Twitter, running a live feed on screens in the front of the room so attendees could share their comments with the entire audience. (You can still follow the official ERE Expo twitter feed here).

On Wednesday morning, and throughout the ERE Expo, visitors to ERE.net will be able to share in our latest ERE Expo experiment. We’ll be broadcasting large portions of the conference for free, live on the home page of the site! You’ll see a live video feed from many of the sessions, and also be able to share your thoughts about the presentations with other recruiters via chat.

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Nothing is the same as being at the event, but this is our way of saying thanks to you for being visitors to the site. Enjoy, and let me know what you think once we start broadcasting — I will be hanging out in the chat as often as I can during the show!

ERE Media, Inc. CEO David Manaster continues to learn about recruiting every day. His first job in the profession was way back in 1997, and he founded ERE Media the following year. Today, David spends his time thinking up new ways that ERE can serve the recruiting community. You can follow David on Twitter or email him at david(at)ere.net.

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5 Comments on “Watch ERE Expo Live on the Web!

  1. I had this on in the background all day. Great stuff. Thank you for offering this as an alternative to those who did not attend. Very valuable.

    Suggestion for next live streaming video event – a footer at the bottom of the video with the speakers name, company and title. I found it hard to follow who was speaking and who they represented.

    Jason Yillik
    Principal Telephone Researcher
    Suncoast Data

  2. Good idea Jason – this was an experiment to see how it would work for us and we’ll definitely be working to improve the experience in the future.

    I’ll add this to the list!

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