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Sep. 27, 2018 12:52 pm

Tech is transforming the local workforce. What can DC companies do to keep up?

As a part of DC Startup Week, tech execs are gathering to discuss how companies can stay ahead of the game when it comes to finding talent. Join us Thursday at 4 p.m.

NET/WORK 2017 attendees on the hunt for the jobs.

(Photo by Rich Kessler)

Companies like Booz Allen, Amazon and Capital One showed the highest share of tech job listings in the D.C. area in 2017, DC Inno reported, but what attracted these companies to the District? And what attracted potential employees to these companies?

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:

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.

Get your Talent Starter trial code for DC Startup Week

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