Did you know that Regina, Saskatchewan (Canada) is the sunniest capital city in Canada?
You may also not know that there is a growing community of disruptors in the city – and on May 18, 2016, they gathered at The Artful Dodger to connect, share ideas, and to think differently about the future of work.
DisruptHR Regina‘s first event sold out six weeks in advance of the event date – which means that the organizing team is already hard at work on plans for their second event coming soon.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (USA) is famously known as the “city of brotherly love”, but on May 17, 2016, it was also a city full of disruptors interested in connecting, sharing ideas, and disrupting the future of work!
DisruptHR Philadelphia‘s first event was enjoyed by a sold out crowd of over 200 HR, recruiting and business professionals, and everyone had such a great time, they’re already planning their second event for Fall of 2016.
On May 12, 2016, Calgary, Alberta (Canada) was disrupted by the first DisruptHR Calgary event – bringing in a sell-out crowd, and leaving dozens on the Wait List hoping for an opening to attend.
Clearly, Calgary is ready to think differently about the future of work!
Never fear, planning is already in the works for the next event, which will be held in 2017. Follow @DisruptHR YYC on Twitter to be the first to get details about future events – and snag your ticket before they’re all snatched up.
The DisruptHR Denver community is the first to hold five events – and they’re not stopping!
Planning is already in the works for a Fall 2016 event. Follow @disrupthrDENVER on Twitter or DisruptHR Denver on Facebook to be the first to get details about upcoming events, and a Call For Speakers.
On April 27, 2016, DisruptHR Chicago took the Windy City by storm for their first event!
DisruptHR Chicago 1 sold out at 250 attendees months in advance, so clearly the force is strong with those in the area who were ready to blow up the norms, to innovate, and to create a more meaningful, rewarding, and engaging experience from this thing called work.