e-biz in brief: calling all job seekers – mobile vacancy link

4Weeks is a WAP-enabled job search facility for IT professionals. Using wireless application protocol (WAP) technology, IT staff can receive information about the latest permanent and contract job vacancies via their mobile phones. The name “4weeks” derives from the concept that the web site can match IT professionals who are able to start work in the next four weeks.

www.4weeks.com


Recruiters needed to supply reliable data


Are you interested in web recruitment? Do you want to benchmark your organisation against others in the same sector? Personnel Today and totaljobs.com are setting up a regular survey to provide reliable data on web recruitment activity and we are looking for recruiters to join the new panel. To participate, it is not essential that you are already using the Internet to recruit employees. If you are interested in joining, e-mail your name, job title, company name and telephone number to andrew.findlater@rbi.co.uk


Army careers force is ready to serve


The British Army has introduced an on-line careers office. Potential recruits can have a live on-line chat with army careers advisers about general vacancies or else ask a specific question relative to their own career plans. The army site can also send more tailored information to the potential applicant’s screen.

www.army.mod.uk


 

Consultants provide support to set up site


DareStep is a consultancy that aims to help launch e-businesses. Set up by the IT services and management consultancy Cap Gemini Ernst & Young, it is aimed at traditional businesses and dotcoms and will provide creative and interactive design services, supported by its parent company’s IT and business acumen and strategic expertise.

www.capgemini.com


Book your place at convention on-line


Potential delegates for the E-business Convention, which takes place on 6 and 7 September at The Cumberland Hotel in London, can pre-register at the web site and indicate their preference for the five streams available. The five options are: e-trading, e-CRM (e-Customer Relations Management), e-Backoffice, e-Intelligence and e-Commerce. Delegates then answer further questions on what they expect from the show.

www.ebusiness-convention.com

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