2016 HR Technology Conference Top Takeaways
Julie Harrison, Product Marketing Manager, Halogen Software, Evelyn Watts, Product Marketing Manager, Halogen Software
Date: Thursday, October 13, 2016
Time: 2:00pm - 2:30pm EST
60+ expert sessions, 300 exhibiting companies, and over 75 new product announcements...how can you take it all in?
We’ve got you covered!
Don’t miss this 30 min. recap webinar showcasing the top takeaways from 20+ Halogen team members attending the 2016 HR Technology Conference, held in Chicago on October 4-7.
Here are just some of what we will cover:
- The buzz from the show floor
- Exciting new technology developments
- Standout speaker sessions
- Stories from the Halogen booth
- Trending topics on social: #HRTechConf
- And much more
Not attending HR Tech? All are welcome. Join us and find out what happened at the world’s largest HR Technology conference.
About Julie Harrison
As a Product Marketing Manager at Halogen, Julie is responsible for messaging, launch requirements, and sales enablement for a number of Halogen TalentSpace solutions and products, including Learning & Development, Succession & Leadership, and Compensation. Prior to joining Halogen, Julie spent 20 years in a broad spectrum of communications roles, with a strong focus on internal communications and organizational change management. She is a Prosci-certified change management practitioner and holds a master’s degree from Carleton University. Julie starts her days with caffeine and ends them with travel dreams.
About Evelyn Watts
Evelyn is a creative, energetic, results-focused marketing professional with over 15 years’ experience in the software industry. She joined Halogen in 2014 as the product and solutions marketing manager responsible for Halogen’s TalentSpace solutions and professional services portfolio.
With her diverse background in software development, product training, sales, field marketing, content creation, product and solutions marketing, and her secret desire to drive her motorcycle across Canada, Evelyn clearly loves new challenges