HR Tech Summit underway in Singapore

This year's event has it all – thought leaders discussing tech disruption and a lucky draw with a $2,000 cash prize

HR Tech Summit underway in Singapore

Over 400 HR leaders are gathered at Hilton Singapore today (April 4) for HR Tech Summit.

Karunesh Prasad, founder and CEO at Change Et Al. kicked things off with a keynote on the pace of technological change and its impact on the future of work.

“Every time we think of HR’s journey and the technology journey, the speed at which it’s evolving is very fast,” Prasad said. “This is what we hear from John Chambers [former CEO at Cisco]: companies will die if they don’t keep pace with technology.”

In it's second year, this HR Tech Summit one lucky attendee stands a chance to win a $2,000 cash prize. The winner will be announced at the end of the event.

A slew of thought leaders from top organisations such as Microsoft, PwC, LinkedIn, Shell, Shopee and IBM will take the stage throughout the day to discuss topics such as the future of work, HR data analytics, and change management.

To cap off the day, there’ll be an exciting Tech Den start-up competition. The winner stands to win $20,000 worth of marketing campaign in HRD Asia plus the opportunity to secure funding from an investor.

HRD will keep you updated as the event unfolds.

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