Why We’re Launching HR Uncubed

December 13, 2016 By Jack Krupnik

Four years ago we launched NYC Uncubed as a means of connecting the newest, most exciting companies with the city’s best talent.

As the event grew each year, it became clear we were bringing together a robust community of incredible individuals in the HR space. And so over the last year, we’ve produced a series of intimate breakfast events featuring fireside chats with leaders in the HR space.

The feedback has been so strong, and the demand so overwhelming, we’ve decided to open the opportunity to connect, commiserate, and learn to the entire HR community.

That’s why we’re building an entire conference for HR professionals, slated for April 2017.

Naturally, we’re calling it HR Uncubed.

It’s a 2.5 day event taking place across multiple venues in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and helping today’s companies tackle one major goal: to build an employer brand that supercharges your sourcing strategies.

Fireside chats, panels, classes, and a whole lot more will help you better shape an authentic brand story and effectively attract top talent.

With topics like “Building a Tech Reputation as a Non-Tech Company” to “Fully-Stocked Kitchen or Full-Stack Content? Creating Videos that Candidates Actually Care About”, the conference will deliver a “no BS” look at crafting an employer brand.

The coolest update? Dan Lyons, author of Disrupted, writer for hit HBO comedy Silicon Valley, and former startup employee, will deliver the opening keynote.

Check it out here.

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