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5 reasons why you must attend Asia’s largest HR Tech conference: TechHR Singapore 2019

By AJ Avañez on January 29, 2019

The world of work is moving at a fast pace with rapid innovation disrupting and challenging business models almost every day and at the heart of this continuous development lie the two key elements that drive transformation- ‘talent and technology’.

However, transformation is not a simple process. It entails several layers and hence, there are many questions that business leaders and HR professionals are today grappling with. From where does this journey start to how do ideas get implemented, there are several answers and solutions leaders are looking for.

To help the leaders design the future of work and lead the business of tomorrow, People Matters brings together a plethora of professionals from across the globe on one platform at Asia’s largest HR Tech conference, TechHR Singapore 2019 on 28th February 2019 at Marina Bay Sands.


Here are 5 reasons why you must attend TechHR Singapore 2019:

The four colors of the conference

The entire agenda of the conference is distributed under four key themes that touch each crucial  layer of transformation:

  • Tech as the glue: Technology for productivity and alignment through the employee life-cycle.

  • The future is now: Harnessing technologies that could enable disproportionate leaps in work efficiency.

  • Digital Force: Nurturing future-ready digital workforce.

  • How to digital: The process of deploying technology within the context of our organizations.

Each and every discussion at the conference will revolve around these four themes and fast-growing global organizations like Grab and Netflix will share their thought-provoking stories of leading successful digital transformation. Click here and go through the entire agenda of the conference.


People Matters TechHR Startup Program

From Singapore-based recruitment startup, Hacker Trail to Jakarta’s HR tech startup Helpster, about 50 HR Tech startups will get a chance to participate in the conference, showcase at the Startup Zone, meet investors one-2-one and attend exclusive masterclasses. Investors including Singapore Press Holdings, Singtel Innov8, SeedPlus, Tri5 Ventures, Cento Ventures, Talent tech, Accenture Ventures, TNF Ventures, Monk's Hill Ventures, ENRG Hong Kong Limited and Omidyar Network, among others will mentor and guide the participants of the program.


A Learning and Networking opportunity

People Matters TechHR Singapore 2019 will be a platform for professionals across industries and regions to come together and learn from each other and the experts. Some of the world’s most influential technology leaders like Rudy Karsan, HR tech entrepreneur turned investor and Brian Sommer, Founder, TechVentive and global thought leaders like Dr. Robert Hogan, President & Founder at Hogan Assessment and Jason Averbook, Co-founder and CEO, among others will be at the conference. Asian HR leaders like Aileen Tan, Group CHRO, Singtel; Kulshaan Singh, Chief People Officer, Charoen Pokphand Group; Elaine Lin, VP HR, APAC, Baxter and Merianna Lok, SVP, Regional Head - HR, APAC, MetLife Asia, among others will also join and brainstorm ways of solving the most pertinent talent challenges.


Exclusive Masterclass Track

Through exclusive small group sessions on topics like CHRO's Digital Roadmap Guide and Building Digital Workforce Experience will be hosted by some of the big-time speakers, influencers, analysts and HR technology experts. These masterclasses will provide solutions to some of the pressing talent challenges and give attendees an opportunity to learn from the experts in the space. However, these masterclasses have limited seating capacity and hence requires pre-registration. Click here to see all Masterclasses in the agenda and register fast.


Study Tours

The learning doesn't stop at the conference. Taking forward the discussion of talent, technology and transformation, on 1st March 2019, there are exclusive study tours planned for delegates, who have the option to choose the company they wish to visit from a long list of companies. Netflix’s tour on creativity and out of the box thinking; Singapore University of Technology & Design’s on Design Thinking and what Tech may look like in 2050; 3M’s on how one of the leading innovative firms approaches talent management; P&G’s on reality bites of transforming through HR Tech; and Google‘s on experiencing the Google way of defining work workplace and many more tours are in the offing!


People Matters TechHR Singapore is where business happens. It is a space of creativity for productivity, innovation, and growth that propels professionals to aspire, drive themselves, their teams and their organizations towards a better future. The conference guarantees a great learning experience with unparalleled industry content exclusively for professionals across industries.

If you are someone who is looking to take a leap into the future of work, People Matters TechHR Singapore 2019 is the place to be. Take the first step into the journey and click here to register.


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