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As a part of DC Startup Week, 1776 and Technical.ly are hosting a conversation with prominent local organizations Thursday, Sept. 27 at 4 p.m.
“Hire DC: A Conversation of Workforce Development” will feature panelists discussing how they find the people that keep their companies technologically advanced.
Technically Media CEO Christopher Wink will moderate the discussion.
The panelists are:
- Paul Klein, Chief of Staff at Hatch Apps
- Matt Lozada, Senior Executive at Pype.io
- Mawulom Nenonene, Talent Leader and Diversity and Inclusion Advocate at NAVA
- Lori Leadingham, Chief of Staff at GSP Financial
During DC Startup Week, Technical.ly is offering one-month free trials of its digital Talent platform for companies hoping to improve their employer-brand awareness and reach high-quality candidates in the D.C. area.
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