Devyani Vaishampayan – Founder

Devyani Vaishampayan – Founder

TheHRTechPartnership

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The UK HR Tech start-up scene: What role do HR leaders play?

Devyani Vaishampayan , Founder & Managing Partner, The HR TECH Partnership

According to a recent Deloitte report, HR tech is now a hot marketplace - since 2014, VCs in the US have invested $5.5 billion in HR tech start-ups. As an investor in this space as well as being an experienced Group HRD in large international businesses, Devyani will look at which areas are showing the largest disruption and emerging technologies to watch out for.

This presentation will also focus on the routes start-ups in the UK are taking to raise funding and the role HR leaders can play in leveraging this disruption. Given the complexities of working in large organisations there will be an opportunity to discuss some practical options for HR to not just support but lead innovation in this space.

Biography

Devyani is an experienced Group HR Director and the founder of The HR TECH Partnership, an Angel Investment Fund where the investors are all FTSE 100 senior HRD’s and the investment is in HR technology start-ups. She has been named in the 2017 FT/Empower Ethnic Minority Leaders List and in the 2016 FTSE 100 'Women to Watch' list.

Having led Human Resources in over 70 countries for large multinationals such as Rolls Royce, BG Group, AT&T, Citibank and Price Waterhouse and lived in Singapore, HongKong, India and the UK, she is an international and multi-sector HR specialist. Her experience of managing the HR TECH Partnership puts her at the forefront of HR technology innovation in the start-up space.

Devyani has also been a Non-Executive Director of The HR Fund, The Singapore Association of the Deaf and Board Agenda.

The UK HR Tech Start-Up Scene: What Role do HR Leaders Play?

Track: START The UK HR Tech start-up scene: What role do HR leaders play? Devyani Vaishampayan , Founder & Managing Partner, The HR TECH Partnership According to a recent Deloitte report, HR tech is now a hot marketplace – since 2014, VCs in the US have invested $5.5 billion in HR tech start-ups. As an […]

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