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Next Concept HR Association is pleased to announce its third annual HR TechXpo

By HR Tech Outlook

San Francisco, California — Next Concept HR Association (NCHRA) is pleased to announce its third annual HR TechXpo, showcasing the latest in workplace technology and HR solutions. The 2018 title sponsor is 7Geese, a continuous performance system who will be giving a live demo on the morning of the event. Up to 700 human resources professionals are expected to attend and get hands-on experience with the latest in HR technology. Attendees will enjoy live demos, engaging speakers covering AI in HR as well as cybersecurity, and vote in real-time during a pitch competition with HR tech startups. 

The event will also have a live internet talk show happening onsite, interviewing exhibitors, startup innovators, and the pitch competition finalists. We want you to be there – there’s still time to register and be a part of the excitement. Visit hrtechxpo.com to reserve your spot.

The demo hall opens at 8:00am PST, with the official kickoff happening at 9:00am. The event will take place at the Hilton Union Square, walking distance from the Powell Street BART Station. The full agenda can be viewed here.

After 35 years of success holding the flagship HR West conference in the San Francisco Bay Area, NCHRA is thrilled to continue HR TechXpo as a newer event to meet the demand of today’s HR professionals. We are here to help HR professionals meet the challenges of globalization as it scatters workforces worldwide. We want to equip the HR community to keep up with the latest hi-tech boom and react to ever-evolving definitions of ‘work.”

More About NCHRA
Next Concept HR Association (NCHRA) is the second-largest HR association in the country and has been advancing organizations through human resources since 1960. Delivering over 100 programs annually, the association is dedicated to connecting human resources professionals with practice resources, leading-edge training, legal and legislative developments, quality service providers, and each other—forming career-long networks and partnerships. For more information visit www.nchra.org.

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