Who’s driving these HR tech innovations – the workforce or HR?

Posted by David Smith

The second blog post from David Smith, direct from the HR Tech Europe event in Amsterdam.

Here I am at HR Tech Europe and, despite being excited about it for a few weeks now, it’s fair to say that it’s even bigger and more impressive than I imagined it would be.  So, what makes it so impressive and what’s out there capturing the imagination?

The first thing to say is that there are loads of people here.  Over 2,000 delegates are expected here, a rise from just 400 or so in 2011.  These delegates are likely to represent 42 different nations and work for organisations employing anything from a handful to 100,000 people.  There are around 80 different companies exhibiting – ranging from the large multi-national tech firms to small start-ups with a brilliant platform to demonstrate their innovations to the masses.  The passion and enthusiasm of the people here is a joy to ...

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