Read THIS Before You Decide Not to Attend the Convention

Drea Codispoti, CPC/CERSThe forensic crime drama CSI and its spin-offs have enjoyed a long life on network television.  One of the most memorable lines from that series—its signature line, really—is “The evidence never lies.”

And so it is with the value associated with attending Top Echelon Network conferences and conventions: the evidence of that value never lies, and that evidence almost always takes the form of split placements between Preferred Member recruiters.

Take, for example, the two recruiters involved in our most recent case study.  One is a veteran of the recruiting industry who’s been a Member of the Network for 20 years.  The other became a Preferred Member in April of 2012.  Both attended the 2012 Top Echelon Network Fall Conference in Chicago.

While at the conference, they networked with one another, but more importantly, they continued to network after the conference was over.  What was the result (or perhaps more accurately, the evidence)?  It was a split placement mere months later, and not only that, it was the first Network split for the new Preferred Member.

If these two recruiters hadn’t attended the Fall Conference, they wouldn’t have met, they wouldn’t have networked, and they would NOT have made this split placement.

The evidence never lies . . .

This convention case study is a prime example of Network success, and it’s also a prime reason why you should attend the upcoming Top Echelon Network National Convention!

Want another reason?  Early Bird Registration for the convention ends on Friday, March 1.  You only have a few days left, so sign up now!

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Joe NotoAnjela Mangrum“I believe Anjela contacted me as a follow-up from the Chicago Fall Conference.  After our discussion, I contacted her with info about this search.  She subsequently provided me with two candidates, and both of them were right on target.  Of the three finalists for the position, two of them were Anjela’s.  I appreciate help from TE Trading Partners, but what I appreciate most is when the candidates are well qualified by recruiters and right on target.  Anjela did a great job with both.”

Submitted by Joe Noto of Regency Search Group regarding his split placement with Anjela Mangrum of Mangrum Career Solutions, LLC

Fee Percentage—25%

(Editor’s note: this is the first split placement that Noto and Mangrum have made together in Top Echelon Network.)

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The 2013 Top Echelon Network National Convention is scheduled for Thursday, April 25, through Saturday, April 27, at the TradeWinds Resort Hotel in St. Petersburg, Florida.

Register for the 2013 National Convention!

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