How To Recruit Like A Startup

by Paul DeBettignies | at MinneBar 11 | 3:45 – 4:35 in Zeke Landres | View Schedule

Whether you are looking for a technical co founder, need to build a team of software developers for a startup or are a hiring manager at a Fortune 500 company… I am going to walk through some best practices on:

Career/web site page

Job posts


Sourcing, Recruiting and Closing candidates

Employer Branding

Do folks know you are hiring? Would you work for you?

I will have screen shots, links and resources for you take back to the office.

Have questions ahead of time? Send me an email and I will work them into the discussion

All levels

Paul DeBettignies

Paul DeBettignies is better known online as Minnesota Headhunter. He is a Senior Tech Recruiter, Senior People Operations Consultant, Advisor, Advocate for the MN Tech scene who builds teams with startups and tech companies throughout the country with a focus on Minnesota and the Midwest, creates recruiting strategies for Fortune 500 clients and author of Minnesota Headhunter (the longest running regional recruiter blog).

He is a frequent local and national speaker, trainer and subject matter expert on recruiter, HR, career, networking and social media topics. Highlights of presentations include Twin Cities Startup Week, Minnebar, Midwest Recruiting Bootcamp, Frontend Masters, Google for Entrepreneurs, SourceCon, ERE, Michigan Recruiters Conference, Minnesota Recruiters, MN HR Tech Expo, University of Minnesota and Target.

A trusted media resource for NPR/MPR, WCCO AM (CBS) Radio & TV, KARE TV (NBC), KSTP TV (ABC), MSP Business Journal, Minneapolis StarTribune and

Paul is involved in the Minneapolis and St Paul technology, marketing and social media communities as a supporter of Twin Cities Startup Week, MinneBar & MinneDemo, DocuMNtary, Make It MSP, Prime Digital Academy, mentor to recruiters and technologists and is the founder of Minnesota Talent Leaders.

Stay in contact with him by clicking: LinkedIn | @MNHeadhunter | Minnesota Headhunter Blog