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#DisruptingHR 2: From Startup to Scaleup to Enterprise Tech

#DisruptingHR 2: From Startup to Scaleup to Enterprise Tech
#DisruptingHR 2: From Startup to Scale Up to Enterprise Tech Are you building a tech product to disrupt and improve the HR industry? Do you want to meet and hear from HR professionals (and potential customers), discussing the problems they face that technology might solve? Do you work in HR and are interested in finding out more about the HR tech scene and how to join it?  After the hugely successful first session in the series, we are delighted that Moo.com will be hosting the second session on the 18 July @ 6pm in their beautiful offices at 20 Farringdon Road (EC1M 3AF).  Last time we heard from Nathan Adams talking about his role as an HR director at Aviva, from Lyndal Hagar from SAP and Rob O'Donovan from CharlieHR talking about how they build products for HR customers, and Brian Pietras talking about how he selects HR tech companies to invest in. On the 18 July, we are delighted to announce our speakers will be: JooBee Yeow, Head of People and Culture @ Moo Ellie Collins, Global Head of Employee Experience @ Moo Luke Fisher, CEO and Founder @ scaleup ThanksBox Lorena Szerman, VP Sales @ SOMA Analytics Sarah House-Barklie, HR Director @ Aimia Andy Spence, HR Thought Leader and Blogger Like last time, at the event we hope you will meet three types of people: 1. Experienced HR professionals talking about the problems they face from an HR and business perspective, and where they think there are opportunities for smaller tech startups to have an impact on HR delivery 2. HR technology startups, scaleupes and professionals discussing how they build technologies to suit the business and technical requirements of HR customers 3. Investment and Acquisition Experts, who either invest in HR technologies or who oversee the acquisition of smaller technology vendors If you have any questions please email contact@3nstrategy.com or tweet at @3nstrategy. What do we mean by HR Tech?  Are you disrupting any of the following areas of people/HR technologies: Availability (absence, holiday), Compensation and Benefits, Competencies and Skills, Cultural and Values, Demographics, Diversity (Gender, Ethnicity, Age) and Inclusion, Engagement (and other Survey), Financial, Health and Safety, HR Functional, Learning, Mobility (hires, terminations, promotions, demotions, transfers), Org Design, Performance (and Goals/Objectives), Productivity/Efficiency, Recruitment, Social and Communication, Structural, Talent/Succession or any other area. This event is sponsored by 3n Strategy.  How nice do the Moo offices look?

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