Team is key for success of HR tech start-ups

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A great team is the most important prerequisite for success for tech starts-up in the HR/recruitment sector, according to a serial tech investor and senior vice president at RPO and talent solutions provider Cielo.
 

Speaking at an HRTechTank London event, Paul Daley said that having a great team was key. “An ‘ok’ team isn’t good enough for long-term success,” Daley told an audience of HR tech start-ups, investors and experts. Daley said that ideally a CEO or CTO [chief technology officer] would have industry experience and be from a B2B [business-to-business] background, rather than...

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