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Mike Volpe Is a Keynote Speaker Ready to Take On New York

Great marketing happens when fresh ideas collide with effective processes. Yep, I said processes. No one knows this better than our InfluenceHR New York keynote speaker Mike Volpe, Chief Marketing Officer for HubSpot. When we were trying to come up with a keynote that would take actionable insight to the next level, Mike was naturally […]

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B2B and HCM Sponsors Heading to the Big Apple for InfluenceHR New York

The sponsors are lining up for InfluenceHR New York. We’re happy to announce that The Starr Conspiracy and Influitive will be participating in October’s event. When you think about marketing savvy, you have to gain insight from all the companies that are setting the trends. One perspective isn’t enough. The Starr Conspiracy helps companies identify […]

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#hrwins Trend Report: HR Tech Innovators Target Middle Sized Businesses

One of the most interesting trends to unveil itself through this year’s #hrwins process has been the number of HR Technology companies that are now getting real traction for their solutions at companies with under 5,000 employees – or what is traditionally called the Small and Medium Business segment (SMB).  For the sake of this […]

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2012 #hrwins HR Companies To Watch Vendor Report: SmashFly

Recruitment is Branding. Recruitment is Marketing. Recruitment is Sales…. and so it goes. This is a conversation that has been evolving for over 20 years. Of course there are nuances to Recruitment that differentiate it from corporate branding, marketing, or sales, but at its core the analogy has stood up to the test of time. […]

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2012 #hrwins HR Companies To Watch Vendor Report: thegoodjobs.com

Culture.  The HR Technology market is filled with vendors attempting to quantify it for Employers via cumbersome survey instruments.  Once quantified, the idea is that it can then be leveraged to match employees that fit best, and the result is an employee will be more engaged, more productive, and stay with you longer. No one […]

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2012 #hrwins HR Companies To Watch Vendor Report: iMomentous

  Mobile.  It’s more than a trend.  When you look at the statistics on Mobile adoption and usage it’s staggering.  It looks like mobile is the future.  When you look globally, even more so. You’ve probably heard many of the stats about mobile becoming the computing platform of the future.  It gets summed up nicely […]

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#hrwins 2012 HR Companies To Watch!

The results of the 2012 #hrwins program are in.   The first ever complete look at truly innovative HR Technology products across all categories. The program spanned 9 months, and consisted of comprehensive HR Technology briefings, where more than 120 vendors were evaluated on their solution’s innovation, the value their technology delivers to the Human […]

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#hrwins – Trend Report: The Match Game. Fit, Engagement, and Culture

We’re well on our way to completing more than 120 briefings as a part of #hrwins.  This Trend Report is focused on the innovation and focus we’re seeing in, what we’ll call, the broad HR Technology category of “matching”. Human Resources spends a considerable amount of time attempting to make matches via a variety of data […]

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#hrwins Trend Report: It’s All of the Platforms vs. All of the Point Solutions in All of the Categories

  We’re well on our way to completing more than 120 briefings as a part of #hrwins.  In our first Trend Report we looked at How Work Gets Done Is Changing, and how HR Will Change With It.  The resulting barrage of solutions hitting the Human Capital Market paves the way for our second trend: […]

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Measuring B2B Influence, The Challenges of Social Media ROI, and Other Fairy Tales…

Over the last 24 months, a number of tools have crept up promising to measure your influence in social media.  These tools all take some core measurements (followers, retweets, mentions, etc.) across your social networks and then attempt to tell you how influential you are in social media.  Some go as far as to assign […]

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