We’ve been talking a lot about recruitment awards… you can increase sales pipeline by 37%, you can influence your buyers by a further 80% - If you’re a recruitment leader or marketer, have a think about how you can influence your staff, internal clients etc… too!
We’ve created a lot of content for recruiters about recruiter awards:
- Lists of recruitment awards you can enter as a recruiter
- How to create a winning submission
- How to lose an award (more people lose than win!)
- How to get ROI from awards – winning is just a tactic, you need wider strategies and goals
- How to generate leads and talent, even without entering…
We’ve bundled all of this into a a toolkit (which you can download for free)
And just when I thought it was safe to “go back into the water” and start something new… Something happened...
I work with their Group Director of Marketing and his team of Marketers to advise on marketing goals, strategies and tactics to improve candidate attraction, content generation and a sales-focused marketing team to service the sales and management teams at Fircroft.
I am flipping delighted that they won the award – it’s really deserved and of course directly down to how the team has turned around the department and has had to adapt significantly in the last 18 months.
Them winning the award made me realise that there is a gap in the Recruitment Awards pack.
What to Do If Your Client Wins an Award
So with this in mind, I’m researching and brainstorming what recruiters should do if your clients win an award. How can you support them? How can you generate your own ROI and improve your own existing and new relationships?
I promise to have this ready in the coming weeks and will of course market this new piece of recruiter-content like a loon.
Stay tuned – but in the meantime, download the existing Recruiter Awards Toolkit here. It’s a really good guide to awards-success, even if you feel you don’t have the time / budget to enter.
Congrats to Andrew and the team at Fircroft.