Dallas, TX / Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) April 30, 2014
TalentNet, a strategy and training consulting firm led by Craig Fisher, and Amplify Talent, an employer branding and recruiting consultancy led by Lars Schmidt, announced today that they will be forming a new joint venture--Evolver. Evolver will provide "Foundations for Social Business" training and strategy solutions for a broad range of global clients through "Evolver Academy" training programs.
"Craig and I first connected over our shared interest in the intersection of recruiting, digital and social," said Lars Schmidt, Evolver's Co-Founder. "Evolver gives us a platform to combine our hands-on experience and expertise to help clients rethink the ways they engage prospects."
"Lars and I are both passionate about helping companies to better tell their stories online," stated Evolver Co-Founder Craig Fisher. "We love helping them find and project their authentic voice while sharing their unique culture with the world. And we love exploring the technology that allows us to help them find and master the right online channels to do that. Evolver brings this all together and is powered by the knowledge we've built from working with some really great organizations."
Evolver is a change catalyst that ignites a spark within their clients to harness the power of social business. They help clients of all sizes, from startups to Fortune 100 corporations worldwide, use social media and digital engagement to better tell their stories and attract the right talent and prospects. They live at the intersection of social media, technology, digital engagement and marketing. They are passionate about this convergence--and they are curious. Obsessively curious about what's next in the shifting tech landscape, and how they can leverage these tools and trends to help their clients win. This is their passion.
TalentNet is a strategy and training consulting firm. They provide in-house and remote training, and hosts live events, for recruiting, HR, and sales. They help brands, employers and individual contributors worldwide to use the latest cool social media, digital and mobile tools more efficiently and effectively. Their goal is to inspire companies to create better consumer and employer brands and prospect and recruitment strategies through social media--giving them the resources and confidence needed to source, attract, engage and retain more of the best customers and talent to move their business forward.
The TalentNet forum started as the first-ever Twitter chat for recruiters, debuting on April 28, 2009. It was immediately popular and led to several live events. The first-ever TalentNet Live unconference was held later that same year at Pepsico's Frito-Lay campus in Plano, TX.
Like the chat, the conference was an instant hit. TalentNet now hosts events all over the world at major employers for both open and private audiences, including several events directly associated with SHRM National conferences and its state chapters.
TalentNet CEO Craig Fisher consults with many of the top Fortune 500 companies in the world (as well as some of the hungriest startups) on how to find and attract more of the right customers and talent to their brand.
About Amplify Talent
Amplify Talent is an employer branding strategy and recruiting firm founded by Lars Schmidt. They help companies, organizations and recruiting teams develop compelling talent attraction strategies, and optimize their recruiting and talent branding efforts. They partner with clients to develop tailored, sustainable talent strategies that enable them to recruit more effectively. Their services focus in three main areas: employer branding, recruiting optimization and staffing.
Their mission is to inspire organizations to embrace and adopt modern recruiting and branding techniques that enable them to recruit more effectively. They are curious, keeping their finger on the pulse of the latest talent trends and innovations and leveraging this ever-evolving expertise to help their clients develop sustainable, agile and effective talent solutions.