Recruitment and careers guidance at Learning Technologies 2018
Bright Matter, a specialist learning-sector recruitment consultancy, is to exhibit at the upcoming Learning Technologies 2018, providing recruitment and careers guidance for L&D employers and employees.
The annual Learning Technologies event is taking place in London next week. Bright Matter will be exhibiting at the event and its team will be on hand to meet with both employers and candidates.
Bright Matter is a specialist recruiter serving the L&D and learning technology sector. It recruits learning leaders, L&D managers, instructional designers, digital learning developers, learning technologists, digital creatives, programme managers, project managers, business developers and learning marketers.
It’s founder, Marie Faulkner: “Technology and learning are evolving at a tremendous pace and there is a high demand for digital learning professionals who are able to help businesses adapt. We’re looking forward to meeting employers and employees, sharing our knowledge and listening to and learning from the learning community.”
Bright Matter will have copies of its latest career guide available, providing advice about a career as a digital learning developer.
New for Learning Technologies 2018: visitors will have the opportunity to give their social media profiles a great boost with a professional, studio-quality profile photograph.
“We’ve set up a photography studio on our stand, offering visitors a free-of-charge profile photograph - great for using on LinkedIn and other social media profiles,” added Faulkner.
Visitors can get their professional profile photograph taken on Bright Matter’s stand throughout the two-day event.
Delegates at the conference also have the chance to win an Amazon Echo worth £139. Every conference delegate will find an Amazon Echo ticket in their conference bag, each has a unique number. The conference delegate with the ticket number that matches Bright Matter’s Amazon Echo will get to take it away.
Learning Technologies 2018 takes place on 31 January and 1 February, at the Olympia exhibition venue in London. It comprises of a conference on the tools and technologies transforming learning - from predictive analytics to chatbots and virtual reality - and an exhibition of over 200 learning providers with a seminar programme spanning ten 100-seat theatres.
“Learning Technologies promises again to be a hugely important event for our sector and we’re really excited to be part of it for the first time this year, meeting both employers looking to recruit digital learning professionals and employees looking for their next career move,” explained Faulkner.
The Bright Matter team will be available throughout the event on stand K6.