By AJ Avañez on January 18, 2019
TechHR Singapore 2019 has a fantastic line-up of speakers which comprises of the APAC region's most influential technology leaders, CEOs, and entrepreneurs.
Technology is radically changing HR as well as the world of work. While some organization are already ahead of the curve, learning to leverage this force, the majority is still fumbling for answers. And who better to help us find the way but leaders, CEOs, and tech entrepreneurs who are already on their way to anticipating the next wave.
It is these very visionaries which TechHR Singapore 2019 is bringing on the stage on the 28th of February 2019 at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore to share their insights on how our dramatically changing world will look like.
Here's a quick look at the most influential technology leaders and entrepreneurs at TechHR Singapore!
Rudy Karsan, Managing Partner, Karlani Capital
Rudy founded the human resources software Kenexa and then successfully sold it to IBM in 2012 for $ 1.3 Bn. Passionate about job creation and meaningful work for all, which he firmly believes is the key to a fabulous future for humanity. He is inspired by innovative technology that is in sync with his dream of helping improve people's lives.
Read more about his expert views .
Rosaline Chow Koo, Founder & CEO, CXA Group
Rosaline invested $5Mn of her savings, coupled it with another borrowed amount of another $5Mn to build CXA. Today, CXA has 250k users in 20 countries in Asia, with its valuation standing more than $100 Mn! Considered as one of the top women in tech, she launched two dot-com startups before to ACE insurance. She also grew Mercer Marsh Benefits business by 800% to 14 APAC countries in a time span of 8 years.
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Vinod Anand Kumar, CEO & MD, Tata Communications Singapore
Vinod has been leading the transformation of Tata Communications from a traditional connectivity services provider, primarily based in India, to a genuinely global services provider. Vinod believes that AI has the potential to enhance collective intelligence and intellectual diversity, allowing human workers to become more efficient and undertake more creative, fulfilling labor.
Peta Latimer, Partner & CEO, Singapore Mercer
Peta brings with herself a rich work experience from global firms such as IBM and KPMG. In her current position as a Partner & CEO, Singapore for Mercer, she is responsible for delivering profitable growth and the day-to-day management of Mercer-Singapore's financial drivers. At KPMG Singapore she was involved in advising the largest telco in Indonesia on their Digital 2020 Ambition.
Goh Swee Chen, Chairman - Shell & Vice-President - Singapore National Employers Federation
Goh Swee Chen holds the post of the Chairman of Shell Companies in Singapore which makes her the first woman to climb to a position that high in the company. Besides, she also holds the position of the Vice-president of the Singapore National Employers Federation, and the chairman of the Institute of HR Professionals. In addition to rising to the top level in Shell, Goh also has other accomplishments to her credit. In January 2017, she was elected President of the Global Compact Network Singapore, a local chapter of UN Global Compact. In addition, she also sits on the Singapore Airlines Board as an Independent Director.