TAtech North America & World Job Board Forum 2024

Starts:  Jun 4, 2024 08:00 AM (ET)
Ends:  Jun 7, 2024 05:00 PM (ET)

TAtech North America & The World Job Board Forum

The Investors & Analysts Summit, the Talent Technology Forum, the Startup Rally and the TAtech Deal Center

The event begins with a reception on the evening of June 4th; programming opens w/the World Job Board Forum on the morning of June 5 and continues with the Investors & Analysts Summit on the afternoon of June 5, the Talent Technology Forum on the morning of June 6 and the Startup Rally on the afternoon of June 6.

TAtech North America & The World Job Board Forum is the only conference in the North American market that is completely dedicated to job boards, talent marketplaces and aggregators as well as the full spectrum of talent technology solutions, from ATS and CRM platforms to conversational AI products, recruitment advertising and marketing providers, and interviewing and assessment products.

Now in its 17th year, the conference is unlike any other HR or recruiting event. It focuses entirely on the market challenges and business-building opportunities for talent technology solution providers. The agenda includes sessions covering the latest customer and economic research, innovative business practices and a Product Palooza, introducing some of the newest solutions to enter the market. Those presenting and serving on panels are business leaders with real world experience, not “pundits” or consultants, so the conversation is relevant, realistic and useful.

In addition, the TAtech Deal Center provides a one-of-a-kind venue for holding meetings with prospective business partners; exploring investment opportunities and acquisitions; gathering competitive intelligence; and test-driving other products being offered to HR/TA organizations.

In short, this conference is the only event totally dedicated to increasing profitability among job boards and talent technology companies.


The International Spy Museum
700 L'Enfant Plaza SW
Washington, DC 20024