RippleMatch Events Tool is the best way to create an event, promote it to your network, invite students, and then manage and track candidates that you meet at event, centralize their data in one location, and later follow up with applications or emails.

Any event hosted by your company, virtual or in-person, is fully supported. These events include anything where you are responsible for creating the content, and inviting students/promoting the event to your network to drive RSVPs. RippleMatch Events platform will be a one-stop-shop for handling everything before, during and after your event. Using the filters and algorithm you can invite students who intentionally align with the target audience of your event!

No longer will you have piles of student resumes, notes tracked across multiple spreadsheets, or follow up emails that need to be sent to students one at a time (many of whom inadvertently fall through the cracks). RippleMatch’s Events Tool will be your central hub for events, candidates, communications, and analytics.

For each event, you can see the quantitative ROI that you will need to bring to your stakeholders. You can understand your candidate attendee base, measure the impact and success of each event, see which events garner diverse candidates, or even which recruiter on the team is most successful at their event.

Your goal for using RippleMatch Events is to check in candidates to capture who is attending your session! You can check in students, take notes in real time, follow up via email or send candidates specific applications based on their interests and backgrounds.

  1. Where is my events portal?

  2. How do I create an event that I am hosting myself?

  3. How do I access a specific event?

  4. How do I build an algorithm for my event?

  5. Inviting Students to an Event Hosted by You Directly from RippleMatch

  6. Inviting Students using Tracking Links For an Event Hosted by You

  7. How to use RippleMatch to record who you meet at your virtual event

  8. How to use RippleMatch to record who you meet at your in-person event

  9. Where to Find Candidates After They Check-In

  10. How to Take Notes/Assess Candidates

  11. Following up With Candidates After an Event

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