It’s been another busy month at SkyHive. The team has been working hard day in and day out in pursuit of our mission. From presenting at multiple conferences, events, and publishing a white paper, we have a lot to catch up on.
Here’s what we have been up to this month:
As a future of work thought leader, Sean will be speaking at this year’s Canadian Immigration Summit, where he will share how quantum labour analysis can be applied to recognize the knowledge, skills, and capabilities of international talent, advancing global mobility and the integration of immigrants into learning and employment opportunities in Canada.
Sean was invited to speak on the HR software expert panel at the prestigious AGC Partners’ 16th Annual West Coast Tech Growth Conference in San Francisco, where he introduced SkyHive, the world’s most powerful reskilling technology and its profound impact to 1,400 conference attendees.
The AGC Partners’ conferences have become the premier showcase for the fastest-growing private technology companies, attracting over 1,400 attendees consisting of CEOs, private equity and venture capital investors, and M&A professionals from public companies.
Women have been serving in Canada’s military for more than a century and today play a pivotal role in defending Canada’s safety and security.
SkyHive is proud to be supporting the Canadian Department of National Defence to increase the recruitment of women into the military and achieve its gender diversity goals.
SkyHive is proud to announce that following a rigorous, multi-stage selection process, it has been chosen as one of the top 3 edtech innovations worldwide for Tecnológico de Monterrey’s TecLabs program. In the following months, SkyHive will collaborate with Tecnológico de Monterrey, a top university in Latin America, to develop pioneering projects that focus on helping the university’s 90,000 students better understand their skills and connecting them with the most relevant learning and career pathways.
TecLabs Accelerator is Latin America’s first edtech accelerator, an initiative of Tecnológico de Monterrey. It’s designed to facilitate the development and delivery of disruptive, scalable, and effective edtech innovations, optimize their growth, and scale to Latin America.
SkyHive has been invited to showcase as a top innovator in HR tech and the Future of Work at HR Transform, where it will have the opportunity to connect with over 1,000 of the world’s most prominent and progressive HR leaders from companies like eBay, Panasonic, and PepsiCo.
Today, 91% of enterprises are using automation technologies; yet, 64% have failed to reach automation’s full productivity potential.
“As a fresh newcomer to Canada, I’m familiar with the difficulties of entering a new labour market. I feel very fortunate to be able to take part in this important endeavour to ease the transition for millions of future immigrants worldwide”
Alex holds a BA in economics from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, and an MBA in big data and business analytics from Tel Aviv University. Alex is fascinated with the potential that lies within big data and the amount the opportunities AI can bring to the future of humanity; he feels incredibly lucky to be working alongside an extraordinarily talented team at SkyHive to explore the frontier of innovation.
Born in Russia and raised in Israel, Alex and his family moved to Vancouver this last summer, in pursuit of beautiful weather, great outdoors, peaceful communities, and opportunities to make a positive impact. In his free time, Alex enjoys sports, yoga, hiking, skiing, and Sci-Fi.
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Once again, thank you for the support, and see you next month.
With passion and dedication,
– Your SkyHive Team