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Ready to pitch: Meet the latest entrants of TechHR Startup Program

Here’s a look at some of the latest entrants of the People Matters TechHR Startup Program this year!
Ready to pitch: Meet the latest entrants of TechHR Startup Program

India ranks 3rd among the most attractive investment destinations for technology transactions in the world. In the past five years, hundreds of HR and Work Tech startups have emerged to provide solutions to the growing needs of India’s large and mid-sized corporations. Some of these start-ups are VC & PE funded, which has in turn led to mounting investor interest in this space. The People Matters TechHR start-up Program is yet another platform which has been championing the cause of startups in the HR and Work tech space.

Ever since its inception, People Matters TechHR Startup Program has been building a bridge between early-stage startups and investors and buyers. The program gives these startups the opportunity to showcase their products to the decision-makers in these domains. The program has not just been a great branding opportunity for startups, but also a place where you will be able to get first-hand feedback from your potential customers or fast track your way for next funding round.

Here’s a look at some of the latest entrants of the TechHR Startup Program this year!

HackerTrail

hackertrail

CultureCord

culturecord

Zappyhire

zappyhire

Tienet

tienet

SalaryFits

salaryfits

 (You are now a step away from submitting your application for the TechHR Startup Program. To submit the application, please click here.)

Topics: TechHRIn, TechHR Startup, HR Technology

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