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TechHR Startup Program 2020 in Singapore: What’s in store for HR Tech Startups?

From one2ones with key investors to exhibiting the products to more than 3,000 talent and business leaders, People Matters TechHR Startup Program 2020 holds many opportunities for HR and Work Tech Startups from across the globe to fast track their way to the next funding round or more success.
TechHR Startup Program 2020 in Singapore: What’s in store for HR Tech Startups?

The 21st edition of the Sierra Cedar 2018-19 HR Systems Survey reveals that over 70 percent of organizations in Asia Pacific are looking to increase their HR technology spending. Though currently Asia-Pacific organizations are 20 percent lower in their overall usage of HR applications than their counterparts in North America or EMEA, it expects to make rapid strides as there are double-digit increases in the adoption of all HR Technology categories over the last three years here.

This increased demand for HR and work tech solutions presents an immense opportunity for HR and work Tech companies. As the demand for more innovative solutions rises and more startups emerge in the space, they need guidance and more inputs for their solutions to ensure that they are moving in the right direction. It is important that they understand the talent challenges and business needs of different companies.

Keeping the importance of learning and networking for HR and work tech startups in mind, People Matters every year hosts a unique program called TechHR Startup Program for them. 

In February this year, 48 startups participated in the first global edition of the People Matters TechHR Startup Program, which has been championing the cause of startups in India and the SEA region. These startups, which ranged from countries such as Singapore, Indonesia, India, Slovakia, US, London, Vietnam, Philippines, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Japan, Australia, Romania, Spain, and Russia, got an opportunity to showcase their products to the decision-makers in HR tech and Work tech space and investors and buyers.

The People Matters TechHR Startup Program is back with its second edition in Singapore. On 20th February at People Matters TechHR Conference at Marina Bay Sands, HR and Work Tech Startups from around the world will once again get the opportunity to get first-hand feedback from potential customers. The one to one sessions with mentors allow startups to have a deeper conversation with great investors about the business, its opportunities, and growth.

Here’s how you can benefit by joining People Matters TechHR Startup Program 2020 in Singapore: 

Showcase their products to 3000+ talent and business leaders: All the HR and Work Tech Startups participating in the program will get to participate and showcase their products at a dedicated zone for startups, on 20th February 2020 at People Matters TechHR Conference at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. This is an opportunity for startups to not only present their solutions to talent leaders of some of the leading companies but also gather more insights to improvize and innovate their solutions further as per the current needs and demands. 

Pitch your big idea or product to top investors & VCs: Each and every participant of the program will get to present their ideas and solutions to investors like Kevin Low, SPH Ventures; Freddy Shen, Golden Gate Ventures; Carmen Yuen, Vertex Ventures; Chieh Suang Khor, Cento Ventures and Cindy Teoh Golden Equator Capital, among others. Besides pitching the solutions to the investors, HR tech startups will also get an opportunity to have a face off with these renowned mentors and investors and get mentorship and guidance from them. 

Learn from the HR tech experts: The conference will host several immersive learning sessions from renowned HR tech experts and analysts from across the globe. Some of the thought leaders who would be present at the conference include David Green, Managing Director - The People Analytics Program, Insight222 and global influencer on People Analytics; Hod Lipson, a Professor of Engineering & Data Science at Columbia University, an Expert on Self-Replicating & Self-Reflecting Robots; Cassie Kozyrkov, Chief Decision Scientist at Google, Advisor to the leadership team on decision process, AI strategy, and building data-driven organizations; Jason Averbook, CEO & Co-founder at Leapgen, one of the top HR Technology global analysts and many more.

So whether you want to fast track your way to your next funding round or have just started your company and have a vision to transform the world of work and HR Tech, the TechHR Startup Program is just the right platform for you. It is your one moonshot to make a dent in the world of work and HR Tech. 

Join us and explore how you can take your HR & Work Tech venture to the next level. Click here to register. 

Here's a sneak peek into some of the participants of the first edition of People Matters TechHR Startup Program. 

Topics: #TechHRSG, HR Technology

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