HR start-up wins at HR Tech Summit

The Singapore-based firm sweeps stiff competition to take home the grand prize

HR start-up wins at HR Tech Summit

Adaface have just won the Tech Den start-up competition at today’s HR Tech Summit.

The start-up walks away with a $20,000 marketing campaign from Key Media in HRD Magazine and the opportunity to secure funding from investors present at the event.

“Moving forward we’re focused on onboarding our waitlist of companies onto the platform and making the experience for candidates even better,” said Siddhartha Gunti, CEO and co-founder at Adaface.

A total of four start-ups participated in the competition. Each team had three minutes to pitch and explain their solutions to a panel of three judges.

The panel was made up of Kuan Hsu, co-founder and general partner at KK Fund, Adrian Tan, regional leader — Client Solutioning (APAC) at People Strong, and Shirley Wong, managing partner at TNF Ventures.

The competition capped a day of thought-provoking sessions that discussed the impact of digital disruption on HR.


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