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SourceCon originally began as an idea to develop an educational conference uniquely dedicated to internet and telephone researchers, sourcers, sourcing leaders, and those interested in learning more about the art and science of recruitment sourcing. The SourceCon website was launched after the very first SourceCon conference in 2007 and has been a destination site for information, knowledge, and news for the sourcing community ever since. In the summer of 2009, SourceCon was purchased by ERE Media and the tradition continues. Today the conference and blog serves as one of the top resources for sourcers and recruiters who source.

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    About SourceCon SourceCon originally began as an idea to develop an educational conference uniquely dedicated to internet and telephone researchers, sourcers, sourcing leaders, and those interested in learning more about the art and science of recruitment sourcing. Born out of the necessity to recognize sourcing and research as important components of the recruitment process, and to provide a continuation of knowledge sharing and insight to the growing and diverse sourcing and research community, the SourceCon website was launched after the very first SourceCon conference in 2007 and has been a destination site for information, knowledge, and news for the sourcing community ever since. In the summer of 2009, SourceCon was purchased by ERE Media and the tradition continues. As search professionals, we have long been lumped into a job category that frankly doesn’t fit us! It’s about time that something exist that is all ours, catered to our interests, and contributed to by our sourcing peers. SourceCon is by sourcers, for sourcers, and we look forward to making this a popular and informative publication. That being said, SourceCon was started with the belief that there are many researchers/sourcers who share similar values and challenges and with all the tools we have at our disposal now we can communicate like never before. If all of us had more opportunities to share of our knowledge we would all grow far stronger as a community. We are dedicated to the original vision of SourceCon, and that is to let ALL of the voices in our community be heard. When sourcers/researchers all get together the differences are clear. We speak different lingoes and serve different industry segments, yet despite our differences we also have much in common. Working together in spirit of generosity and mutual respect, we have built a strong sourcing community where we can share from our experiences and help each other accomplish our goals. SourceCon is designed to bring forth and showcase the growing number of talented people in our field, and that includes every one of you. We encourage you to submit your writings for consideration because each voice brings more knowledge of and respect for what we do for the recruiting community. As we work together, more ideas will come up, and many more things will become possible. But the goal won’t change: working together, we can help a build a better sourcing community – one where we can share and grow by connecting people, organizations, and resources in every possible way. SourceCon is a place for sharing tools, ideas, and ways to better ourselves as researchers. Our goal is simply to inform, encourage, and empower. We encourage and look forward to your feedback on how to make this website the best sourcing resource available. Additionally, if you are interested in contributing an article or an idea, please click here. Contact Information: Jeremy Roberts, Editor, SourceCon E-mail: jeremy@ere.net Phone: 212-671-1181, x811
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