OpenBlend are showcasing at people_tech 2019!

We’re extremely excited to announce that OpenBlend will be showcasing at people_tech 2019, hosted by LACE partners at Illuminate in London on the 10th of October.

The focus for this year's event comes from the launch of LACE Partners ‘HR On The Offensive’ whitepaper, which was released in June 2019. It is a call for HR professionals to ‘step out from the shadows’, driving competitive advantage for businesses everywhere. This couldn’t be a more relevant environment for OpenBlend, given that we are revolutionising the way businesses approach performance conversations.

People_tech was created to connect people with new technology that would interest them, rather than solely connecting tech vendors with buyers. For us, people_tech is a showcase that allows HR professionals to keep a finger to the pulse of what’s coming out on the market. We hand-select exhibitors, which we think our peers would be excited to learn about and encourage them to share their story and their vision for the future of HR from a digital transformation perspective”, Aaron Alburey, Co-Founder, LACE Partners.

The agenda includes industry speakers, discussion groups and a tech safari – as well as an opportunity to network afterwards.

We’re really looking forward to this event. It’s not only an opportunity to meet HR professionals at the top of their game, but also to be surrounded by other innovative players in the HR space.

About LACE Partners - People_Tech19

Founded in 2014, LACE Partners is a UK-origin consulting firm specialising in HR transformation work. The consultancy partners with clients to tackle people, HR and change challenges, leveraging sustainable business change programmes and tech adoption services to do so.

About Open Blend

Open Blend is a people centred performance management tool that facilitates coaching led conversations that support all aspects of an individual’s development journey and enable businesses to truly accelerate the performance of their people.

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