Participate in a truly interactive program on Talent Attraction and Retention with top experts from around the world.
Stay current on global trends and gain insight on accessing the best and brightest talent.
Meet up with 300+ peer executives in the international business community of The Hague – Rotterdam region.
Place Branding is about people and making an impact, make yourself seen!
Trends and challenges: How can a place (region) attract and retain international talents? What does it take to be at the forefront of talent attraction in 2020 as a region? What are the key mistakes others have made that you should avoid?
Access to Talent… if it makes you lie awake at night…
An increasing number of business owners, HR professionals and the regional acquisition partners is short of talent. It’s a risk to growth…. For their business, city or region. The ICP Talent Observatory looks for answers to basically three questions: What are the most wanted profiles? Where can we find them, in NL and abroad? and, How to attract them with the live-career assets we have on offer?
An audio portrait of the region The Hague - a panorama composed by talent
A talent central approach is key to successful talent hubs. Really see AND listen to them! The audio portrait will contain a collection of stories of talent that live in the The Hague / Rotterdam region. By listening to the significant memories of individuals we aspire to see, the bigger picture of living in this region is super relevant. Which topics mark the experience of living here? Which stories are shared, which words are used? What do we wish for this region in the future?
Take a look in the mirror: false expectations on the data science labor market
What is the gap in expectations regarding work between AI / data science talent and employers? And, how do we close this gap to increase conversion to hires and help The Hague Rotterdam region become a future headliner in this domain?
“Helsinki takes an international to see an international"
The Finnish capital has entered the game of international talent attraction later than Copenhagen and Stockholm, but has done a remarkable job in the past years. Within two years, it geared up to attract international talent from all over the world.
“Taking a holistic approach to building relationships, makes us all win the battle for talent in Gothenburg”
Move to Gothenburg started in 2016 as a collaborative platform consisting of stakeholders from the business community, academia as well as city and region. Today, they are the frontrunner in Sweden within talent attraction and retention, developing tools and activities as well as collaborating with national authorities and giving input to the government.
Barcelona Global, a civic platform to make Barcelona a city of talent and economic activity.
Barcelona Global is a fully private non for profit civic organization with more than 1000 members among companies, research centers, universities, cultural institutions, entrepreneurs and professionals aiming to make Barcelona one of the best cities of the world for talent and economic activity, Focused into action it develops several programs on city branding and talent attraction, creation and retention.
“Talent is so much more than profiles. They’re people, beautiful people”
Coming in as a new resident of The Netherlands has allowed Dylan to have a fresh perspective and deliver new insights into the typical conceptions that are projected on global talent, like himself. Dylan has live chats with the talent in The Hague talent pools, expressing our appreciation for being interested in our city, for seeing us as a potential next step in hugely interesting career paths. Warm handling 2.0 building on the American customer friendliness, Italian flair and some Nordic realism!
EU GLOMO: global talent researching global talent
These two PhD Candidates "Global Mobility of Employees (GLOMO)" will come and demystify some of our preconceptions regarding the target group this conference is all about: global talent. Data-driven, academic research meets the labour market.
Collaborative Talent Attraction. The Hague Talent pools – data scientists & engineers
The Hague. The Future. The Talent.
The Hague launched a campaign to attract global talent to The Hague. Participating employers get access to qualified candidates from the pools. The approach applied is an innovation in collaborative talent attraction using a mix of social advertising, captivating conversational technology, AI profiling and place branding to show The Hague as a great city to live and work in. With many employers struggling to find talent, we researched the specific profiles that are highest in demand now and even more so in the future. The first campaign focuses on data scientists / AI professionals, with a second campaign starting soon for engineers.
The Global Talent Competitiveness Index 2020 (GTCI) ranks The Hague and Rotterdam at #54 and #56 out of 155 cities in talent attraction and retention. Become inspired by some remarkable talents and cities ranking higher in the GTCI like Barcelona, Helsinki, Gothenburg and others. These changemakers will fly in to share their stories that will help transform your brand into one that is synonymous with attracting the world’s best and brightest talent. Together we will ensure a region that is irresistible.
WTC The Hague
Prinses Beatrixlaan 582
2595 BM Den Haag
How to get there?
There is a tram stop right in front of WTC The Hague from where a tram runs to and from The Hague Central Station every few minutes. In addition, the Laan van NOI train station is only an 8-minute walk.
With many organisations looking for talent, The Hague actively attracts talented people for the roles in high demand. Starting with data s`cientists and related roles.
Employers are invited to join. Let us know what you’re looking for and get screened candidates. For free.
Interested in candidates?
Let us know how we can reach you, and if possible share your vacancy right away. Any other questions? Just let us know.