Symphony Talent Unveils Industry First Immersive Candidate Journey Exhibit at Inaugural Talent Acquisition Week 2020

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The Exhibit is First-of-its-Kind at the Conference

San Francisco, CA – Kicking off today, January 28-30, 2020, Symphony Talent unveiled its “Moments That Matter” exhibit at Talent Acquisition Week (TA Week) as the first experiential exhibit where talent leaders can walk through the candidate experience. The exhibit features over 100 data points and quotes from industry experts and practitioners, research on Fortune 500 brands, direct access to eight free eBooks and reports, and seven subject matter experts.

“There isn’t a more critical time in talent marketing than now to take a careful look at your candidate experience. Our exhibit both encourages and enables talent leaders to do precisely that – considering all of the physical and digital touchpoints of today’s candidate journey,” said Roopesh Nair, CEO, Symphony Talent. “We’re thrilled to partner with TA Week, and to bring to light insights and data from our billions of candidate touchpoints tracked each year.”

Symphony Talent, which recently acquired SmashFly, will join the impressive conference floor to offer #TA_Week attendees access to its cutting-edge employer branding services and candidate experience solutions.

“Symphony Talent’s presence as our Executive Sponsor will offer our attendees and speakers an undeniably unique experience. They are redefining how employers and talent connect with programmatic media & employer branding solutions. Come check them out at the Exhibit and AfterGlow party – you won’t want to miss what they have in store for #TA_Week!” – Kara Mignanelli, TAW Executive Director, GSMI

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