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Daxtra is Silver Sponsor of Executive Forum North America 2022

Posted January 10th, 2022

Daxtra is excited to be a Silver Sponsor of the Staffing Industry Analysts Executive Forum North America 2022. The live event will be held in Austin, TX, Feb. 28-Mar. 3, 2022 at the JW Marriott.

Staffing executives from around the county and across the globe will meet to network and share their experiences while exploring new ways to drive the tactical and strategic initiatives needed to power their business.

This year’s theme, Faster, Better, Stronger: Leadership in a New World, offers key insights for staffing leaders under four specific tracks: 

  • Leadership in a New World
  • Critical Segments and Topics
  • Digital Transformation and Technology
  • Solving the Talent Crisis
Two deep dive sessions, complete with a keynote, panel discussion and roundtables where participants will engage in highly interactive discussions will keep executives and company owners busy and engaged throughout the conference.

We’re looking forward to networking with the many attendees — the top industry thinkers, leaders and innovators — to learn about their staffing companies and how we can help improve efficiencies and to grow their business.

Start your year with strategic insights, build new relationships and connect with peers and innovative suppliers at this popular live event.

If you're going to the Executive Forum, stop by the Daxtra booth #105 for a chat with the team. If you’re interested in registering for the event you can find more information here. 


The Executive Forum, presented by Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA), the leading research & advisory firm on contingent staffing and workforce solutions, is the premier event for staffing leaders to connect and gain new insights from key industry trends. In its 30th year, the 2022 Executive Forum is covering the most transformative time in the history of the industry. Register now for the best pricing and before the conference is sold out!

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