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    The HR Technology Conference 2010

    You must have already heard about the 2010 HR Technology Conference, set for September 29 - October 1, 2010 in Chicago.

    Since it is the pre-eminent event in the HR Technology industry and has been ever since its inception there is certainly no possible way that you have not read a blog post about it, heard a friend or colleague talking about it, participated in LinkedIn discussion about the key issues, wondered if the legendary Bill Kutik, the conference co-chairman is really the Old Spice Guy, or even listened to an old radio show from last year's event broadcast from the location.

    Pretty much everyone involved in the Human Resources technology game, at any level - consultant, practitioner, vendor will be there.  For the HR Tech community it is the Super Bowl, the Oscars, and Mardi Gras all rolled into one event.  

    Take a look at the sponsor list for the event, review the sessions and speakers, find out who is going to be exhibiting and you will soon realize this is one of the must-attend events of the year simply for the unmatched opportunity to learn about the latest in HR technologies, hear from peer organizations how technologies are being applied to solve real problems, and get a chance to network and learn from all the industry experts in one place.

    I even hear that the enigmatic Mike Krupa will be there.

    So the question is not 'if' you should attend HR Technology 2010, clearly you should.  

    And the great Bill Kutik, co-chair of the conference has been generous enough to offer up a sweet discount to folks that read this blog. Just click here to register and use the discount code STEVE10 to get a $500 break on the normal rate. I don't get any kind of kick back from registrations, but I know Bill is keeping score and I want to beat the other bloggers out there who have their own codes.

    If you are in the HR Tech game you need to be there, in fact, if you are just in the HR game you probably need to be there too.

    I hope to see you there, (just don't mistake me for Mike Krupa).




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    Reader Comments (5)

    We had better coordinate our wardrobe and hairstyles so people can tell us apart. If all else fails, I will be the one doing Old Spice improv on the Expo floor. For your loyal readers who are looking for a change of pace, I suggest they use my INFOBOX10 discount code for the HR Technology Conference & Expo. Thanks for sharing the love Steve.

    July 21, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterMichael Krupa

    I actually think we may need to go the other route - purposefully dress the same to see how many folks we can fool. Nice job dropping your discount code in your comment - game on!

    July 21, 2010 | Registered CommenterSteve

    Good idea. Let's dress the same. It will be fun. I'll make an appointment at Men's Warehouse to pick up some blazers. By the way, after your readers use my INFOBOX10 discount code, I highly recommend they head on over to my blog to pick up some great tech tips with my weekly Tuesday Tech Tips postings:


    Game on!

    July 23, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterMichael Krupa

    Mike - You are on the something. Why don't you, me, Stelzner, any one else that wants to play all get matching blazers and then have Bill Kutik get us some kind of a crest or patch to put on them so we look all 'official'?

    July 28, 2010 | Registered CommenterSteve


    August 15, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterBill Kutik

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