Talmix is a winner at the 2018 EdTechXGlobal All Stars Startup Awards

July 2, 2018 Dorothy Mead

Talmix was recently announced as one of the winners of  2018 EdTechXGlobal All Stars Startup Awards .

The EdTechXGlobal All Stars Rise Awards featured companies who demonstrated the most significant innovation in the past year. Talmix showed how traditional organisational structures are crumbling, and companies are turning to external talent to bring new skills into the business.

The EdTechXGlobal All Stars Awards is determined by a global panel of judges, evaluating various factors including revenue growth, scale, innovation and market impact. For each category, the awards showcase the top three start-ups across segmentation, geography and industry trends.

Sandeep Dhillon, CEO at Talmix received the award at the EdTechXEurope event, which is Europe’s largest summit on the future of learning and work. It confirms Talmix as one of the leading players developing solutions for the future of work globally,and comes at the end of a record-breaking six months for the business.

The entry for the award described how:

ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURES ARE NOW INEFFICIENT

For a company to be agile their workforce must be agile. Companies are now moving from defined job roles to project work and adopting leaner, more agile and forward-thinking staffing models

THE SKILLS GAP CONTINUES TO INCREASE

Companies must now embed freelance into their staffing model, with forecasts from McKinsey showing that there is expected to be a shortage of 40million professionals by 2020. At the same time, the freelance population continues to grow.

TALMIX USES TECHNOLOGY TO BRIDGE THE GAP

We offer access to the right person in record speed, with the first matching consultant typically proposing within 1.6 hours.

TALMIX HAS THE LARGEST GLOBAL NETWORK

Find the right person in the right place at the right time, from 40,000 consultants globally and a client base now covering nearly 500 blue chips, consultancies and private equity funds

"Participation for this year's awards was the highest yet with 182 applications from 30 countries showcasing the best and brightest companies in the global learning industry. The winners were chosen for innovation, market impact and growth potential of their start-up. We were impressed by all entries and how they highlight the impressive work being done by entrepreneurs transforming education at a global scale," shared Benjamin Vedrenne-Cloquet, Co-founder of EdTechXGlobal.

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Dorothy Mead

Dorothy is a technology marketing veteran who is responsible for building the Talmix brand globally and creating digital programmes to engage and retain our audiences.

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