The TIARA Talent tech star Awards
The TIARAs recognise and celebrate excellence in the recruitment and talent acquisition industry
The Talent Tech Star Awards shine a spotlight on the best solutions for employers and recruiters.
Join our campaign to highlight the vital role of talent tech in releasing human potential.
TIARA TALENT TECH STARS
Building upon a 20-year pedigree, the TIARAs are a campaign to recognise the most exemplary businesses in the global talent acquisition industry. Focusing on excellence in delivery, innovation with impact, sustainable value and growth, the TIARAs support TALiNT’s mission to help employers find and keep the people they need.
The TIARA Talent Tech Star Awards shine a spotlight on the HR and Recruitment Technology providers enabling excellence in talent acquisition. Our campaign highlights the vital role of Talent Tech Stars in improving recruitment and productivity, and the value of their contribution to the UK economy.
Finalists for the TIARA 2020 Talent Tech Star Awards have been announced in ten categories to recognise leading enablers of excellence and transformation in recruitment and talent
Devyani is the Managing Partner of the HR TECH Partnership. Its People TECH Fund invests in Employee/Talent Digital Technology start-ups and its Human Capital Digital Innovation Hubs help corporates/HR teams learn and experiment around the ‘Future of Work’.
Prior to this, Devyani has been an International and multi-sector Group CHRO and board member for organizations across various industries such as Citibank, AT&T, British Gas, Rolls Royce and Petronas. Devyani is considered a Thought Leader around the Future of Work and blends a unique perspective of digital innovation/investment along with the practical perspective of a practitioner.
Parveen Dhanda is Head of Programmes (Founders’ Network, Rising Stars, Fintech, Cyber, Applied AI Upscale & Future Fifty) at Tech Nation, which supports companies including Just Eat, Shazam, Zoopla and Skyscanner.
Parveen mentored CEOs as part of the Cherie Blair Foundation, following her Executive MBA, and she was the Chair for Cass Entrepreneurs Network. Prior to this, Parveen worked in the IT sector for 18 years as a Global PM and running the London City Incubator at City University.