September 2019 Update at SkyHive

September at SkyHive: SkyHive’s CTO awarded Visionary of the Year, Interviews, Events, and more!

It has been another busy month at SkyHive. From SkyHive’s CTO being awarded Visionary of the Year, interviews, events, and more.

Here’s a quick update on what we have been up to. 

In a recent interview with Deloitte’s Chief Futurist Robert Schmid, SkyHive CEO Sean Hinton shared his vision of harnessing the power of AI to help individuals and enterprises retrain and reskill. Watch the full interview here.

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Quantum Labor Analysis: Solving for the Future of Work

Next month, Sean will be taking the stage at DisruptHR to deliver a TED Talk-style presentation on reskilling and the future of work. At this prestigious industry event, Sean will unveil a dynamic application of SkyHive’s skills ontology, for the first time, on stage in front of a live audience. Join us: bit.ly/DisruptHR_tickets

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SkyHive selected for Innovation Partnership Program

SkyHive was selected to present at the exclusive Innovation Partnership Program, which brought together business leaders from Fortune 500 companies to learn from Silicon Valley’s brightest innovators.

During the event, SkyHive had the incredible opportunity to connect and collaborate with the world’s leading enterprises on pioneering workforce reskilling projects. This year’s participants included executives from Airbus, Cisco, Wells Fargo, and more.

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SkyHive CTO Sergiy Osypchuk for being recognized as the Visionary of the Year by the BC CTO Awards

Congratulations to our CTO Sergiy Osypchuk for being recognized as the Visionary of the Year by the BC CTO Awards and accepting the honour in front of hundreds of distinguished members of the BC tech community.

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SkyHive is showcasing its leading-edge reskilling technology.

SkyHive is delighted to be selected as a top emerging HR technology by the HR Tech Conference and looks forward to showcasing its leading-edge reskilling technology.
The HR Tech Conference is the world’s largest HR tech expo, attracting over 10,000 senior HR and IT decision-makers from around the globe.

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SkyHive was highlighted as a top solution to finding skilled workers: hire for skills, not degrees.

In the Consumer Technology Association’s recent blog post, SkyHive was highlighted as a top solution to finding skilled workers: hire for skills, not degrees.
Read the full article here.

SkyHive Employee Highlights

Blair Cosulich
Director of Customer Success

“It is wildly exciting to be part of a company that is at the cutting edge of a truly disruptive innovation. Every day, I get to work alongside brilliant minds to tackle one of the world’s biggest challenges; it’s been an incredibly humbling and rewarding journey.”

As a founding member of SkyHive, Blair has had the opportunity to wear many hats and to witness SkyHive’s tremendous growth since the beginning. As the Director of Customer Success, Blair is dedicated to one thing: ensuring that every SkyHive client has the best experience possible.
An ex-rugby player with a BBA in Entrepreneurship, Blair thrives in the fast-moving business environment, building a world-class startup with an extraordinary team. Blair looks forward to SkyHive’s next steps, which will see the organization entering new markets, achieving further growth, and ultimately delivering excellence to the communities it serves.

Do Work That Matters

If you share a passion for combating poverty and social inequality while building leading-edge AI technology that solves for the Future of Work, join us! Check out our careers page for more information or read reviews on our Glassdoor page.

 

That’s all for now.

Once again, thank you for the support, and see you next month.

With passion and dedication,

– Your SkyHive Team

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