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Widely Recognized Leader on Workforce Generational Differences Keynotes 2007 Contingent Workforce Strategies Summit

LOS ALTOS, Calif., – Oct. 9, 2007 – Staffing Industry Analysts, the premier provider of market intelligence about the contingent workforce, announced today that Bruce Tulgan, the Founder and President, RainmakerThinking, Inc. will be the keynote speaker at its 2007 Contingent Workforce Strategies Summit October 22-23 in Dallas, TX.

The Staffing Industry Analysts’ Contingent Workforce Strategies Summit is expected to attract more than 300 senior level executives from corporations in the United States, Canada and Europe. In addition to Tulgan’s keynote address, the event will feature Staffing Industry Analysts’ Strategies for Achieving Return on Investment from Contingent Workforce Programs, a keynote address from Ed Brodow a noted expert on negotiation and Author discussing The Human’s Guide to Dealmaking and numerous panel sessions featuring industry practitioners and executives discussing real world strategies and tactics for optimizing an organizations contingent workforce.

“The annual Contingent Workforce Strategies Summit has become the premier event for corporate managers of contingent labor to come together and dialogue about the opportunities and challenges ahead,” said Ron Mester, CEO of Staffing Industry Analysts. “This year, with Bruce Tulgan as our keynote speaker, attendees will be treated to a world-class leader who has helped many understand generational differences in the workforce.”

Attendees of the Contingent Workforce Strategies Summit include senior level executives from Fortune 500 companies around the globe. More than 85% of the audience is compromised of Directors and above who come from HR, IT and Purchasing departments and manage billions of dollars in contingent labor spend.

To register for the conference, visit For more information, contact Staffing Industry Analysts, Member Services, 800.950.9496, or email


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