Jobicon Festiwal Pracy
Software development for job fairs
Our partner pracuj.pl is a corporation that is the most popular brand in Poland offering recruitment services to companies – a well-known platform with employment offers. In addition, since the year 2018, the client organizes the biggest in Poland career fairs called Jobicon. Each year (excluding pandemic gap years), the entire edition, which consists of several events in the largest cities in Poland, is attended by tens of thousands of people.
Our cooperation with the client lasts since 2019, and this year after the pandemic break the event comes back to live presence.
We have delivered the project for pracuj.pl in cooperation with the event agency Bespoke.
1. Creating universal tools that will respond to the key needs and abilities of clients from various industries, in various positions.
2. Providing software support ensuring the automatization of communication and organization processes that led to time savings.
3. Building as a part of the software, a database that would be used as a virtual repository for creating the marketing content for events.
4. The database should enable the independent creation of printing materials and allow exhibitors to manage their profiles. This software tool was intended to reduce the number of e-mails between the event organizer and exhibitors.
5. Short execution time for providing a simple and efficient ticket distribution system that ensures high data security.
For the event Jobicon we have provided the customized event software adapted to the client’s needs. What exact solutions did we provide?
1. A virtual system for stand reservation – a self-service platform that allows the quick and easy purchase of event stands without the direct involvement of the organizer.
2. An employer panel – a system to exchange data between job fairs organizers and employers.
3. The job fair website is integrated with the main client’s website, and employer’s panel.
4. An interactive information kiosk system, which was used at the event with an automatic data transfer from the employer panel.
5. A ticket system used by tens of thousands of participants each year with a dedicated ticket design.
If you are interested in a more detailed story of how did we manage the delivery of this event software, check out our case study.
The main functionalities
- A virtual stand booking system with a functionality of a map showing the location of stands, their size, and price.
- An employer panel allowed exhibitors to manage their presence at the event. It was also a reminder of the upcoming deadlines they had to meet for different actions.
- The job fair's main website intended to introduce the event idea, share the information in which cities it takes part, and enable users to download a ticket for the event.
- Virtual info kiosk that allowed participants to search for current job offers. The useful function for the exhibitors was the ability to add job offers easily, also during the event.
- A ticket system ensured the tickets’ downloading and scanning.
The key features our solutions offered
The employer panelThe solution was designed to easily navigate the user through the multiple possibilities of the tool. It presented the summary of the event package purchased by the exhibitor, and all the preparation deadlines that had to be held on.
The employer panelThe panel allowed for self-service of exhibitors preparing their stand for the event. They could add all the materials to customize their stand and see the visualization of what it will look like.
Virtual Info KioskThe participants could easily find the job they have been interested in. The design allowed for searching the job offer in a few ways - search function and the choosing by category.
Virtual Info KioskThe current job offers were listed and described, so the participants could get familiar with them, and speak about the recruitment right away -– the infokiosk presented the number of stands where the exhibitor offering a job could be found.
Virtual Info KioskParticipants were able to check where the stand with the exhibitor was on a map so they could easily find a way to approach the stand and talk about the job.
Event websiteThe website was a guide for the fair’s audience. The participants could get familiar with an event program and its detailed agenda, or check which celebrities were aimed to take part in the event.
Event websiteAn important feature was the tickets’ hub. The attendees could use the website and download a ticket or send it to their mailbox. When entering the event participants showed the QR code.