#79 – on HRtech
#78 – on HRtech
An extra episode on the theme of Future of Work
Welcome everyone to this week’s episode on The Edtech Podcast. This week we hear about HRTech, listening to CareerCake.com, Founder and CEO, on growing up in Wales, working in recruitment, the impact of the economic recession, launching a YouTube channel and pivoting into an HRtech business. All of this, with the backdrop of portfolio careers and side-hustles as a theme in skills development and employment.
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What’s in this episode?
- Sophie Bailey introduction
- Aimee Bateman, Founder and CEO, CareerCake.com, interview recording from ASU GSV Summit
- Sophie Bailey outro – what’s next on The Edtech Podcast?
- Aimee Bateman – Twitter
- Career Cake
- Career Cake – YouTube
- BBC Learning
- Association of Accounting Technicians
- All Roads Lead to LinkedIn – ASU GSV
- Jeff Weiner – LinkedIn CEO – Twitter
- Jeff Weiner – LinkedIn CEO – LinkedIn
- Association of Graduate Recruiters
- Judgment. Don’t let it frighten you – TEDxClapham
- Aimee Bateman – Instagram
- Chase Jarvis – Twitter
- Creative Live
Like this episode? Check out these related videos and podcasts:
Educating The Next Generation of Talent for the Next Generation of Jobs – Gerald Chertavian, Founder and CEO, Year Up
Andrew Ng, Co-Chairman and Co-Founder of Coursera; and an Adjunct Professor at Stanford University
ASU GSV Summit podcast on ‘open universities
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