The Future of Work Series from Silicon Valley is here!

The first episode “The Hybrid Workforce: Onsite vs Remote Work” is coming up on May 6 with Angelo Del Priore (Partner at HP Tech Ventures), Carmen Bryant (Director of Marketing, US at Indeed.com), Kae Huynh (Investor at EG Ventures) and Francisco Marin (co-founder & CEO of Cognitive Talent Solutions) as speakers. This episode will be structured as a fireside chat, providing the audience with the unique perspectives of a VC partner, a corporate executive, an angel investor and a startup founder on the challenges and opportunities presented by different workplace strategies.

Angelo Del Priore is a Partner at HP Tech Ventures and an experienced Investor, Board Member, and Advisor with a successful track record helping companies grow exponentially across multiple technology segments.

Carmen Bryant is the US Director of Marketing at Indeed.com and an internationally renowned storyteller and cultural ambassador with a focus on creating connections between companies and the people they serve.

Kae Huynh is an angel investor, startup advisor and investment lecturer with experience in supporting startups on Go-To-Market, Network/Introductions, Investors, Funding, Systems Integrators & more.

Francisco Marin is the Co-founder & CEO at Cognitive Talent Solutions, a leading People Analytics vendor specializing in Organizational Network Analysis (ONA), being recognized as one of the global top 12 vendors shaping the ONA space.

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Cognitive Talent Solutions

Cognitive Talent Solutions focuses its activity on Organizational Network Analysis (ONA) and Organizational Restructuring powered by AI. ONA allows you to visualize and analyze both formal and informal relationships that exist within your organization, enabling you to model a business strategy that effectively exchanges information and ideas to help your company thrive in a rapidly changing environment.

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