People Matters named exclusive media partner at Thailand HR Tech Conference & Exposition 2022
People Matters, Asia’s largest and the world’s fastest-growing digital community platform focused on the space of people & work, has been named the exclusive global media partner of the Thailand HR Tech Conference & Exposition 2022, on October 18-19, 2022 at the Royal Paragon Hall in Bangkok, as organised by the Personnel Management Association of Thailand (PMAT).
With a community of over 600,000 professionals across Asia Pacific, People Matters is renowned as one of the most influential media & community platforms in the region. The company delivers a special focus on Human Capital Management, HR Technology, Learning & Development and Workforce Innovation in its blend of thought leadership, market intelligence and brand expertise across digital platforms.
“We are seeing an important milestone in the innovation and development of HR in Asia, particularly in Thailand. This convergence of the country’s HR and talent professionals gives us a snapshot of where leadership will be in the years ahead. At People Matters, we often talk about putting the employee at the centre of the talent experience. Today, we are witnessing more and more organisations shift towards human-centricity, from their management best practices to their choice of HR technology,” said Ester Martinez, CEO and Editor in Chief, People Matters.
In debuting at Thailand’s premier HR event, People Matters brings more than a decade of media expertise and a full force of professionals covering the two-day gathering, which features more than 100 speakers and 120 exhibitors.
“People Matters is excited to collaborate with PMAT in accelerating the evolution of the HR and talent community in Thailand. As the exclusive media partner to the HR Tech 2022 event in Bangkok, we are eager to enable the people and work community with rich insights, opinions, and knowledge. We are looking forward to working closely with PMAT and its leadership team in creating a great event for the ecosystem,” said Pushkar Bidwai, Chief Business Officer, People Matters.
PMAT invites the HR community to “create human-first technology for humanity”. Individuals and teams who are interested in attending the event may register at the official website of Thailand HR Tech 2022 – https://hrtech.pmat.or.th/
This year’s theme signals the growing importance of digitising touchpoints in the modern experience of work – one of the key pillars of People Matters reportage.
The partnership with People Matters aims to advance the knowledge and expertise of HR practitioners across Thailand regarding human capital and technology trends that are reshaping the profession. •