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Asia’s only regional awards for HR solutions providers, the HR Vendors of the Year Awards, will shine brighter this year with the participation of outstanding sponsors and partners.

This year’s roll of sponsors ranges from international training organisations to trusted beverage suppliers and international HR associations.

“The HR Vendors of the Year Awards value integrity and depth of experience and the event’s sponsors motivate us to place higher standards on drawing qualifications,” said Aditi Sharma Kalra, regional editor of Human Resources magazine.

“Our sponsors and partners are set to take the goals of this year’s awards show to another level.”

With over 32 award categories, the HR Vendors of the Year Awards 2015 will identify the best partners in various areas of human resources management, including recruitment & talent acquisition, consulting, training and outsourcing, workforce mobility, compensation, benefits and healthcare and HR technology.

This year’s line-up of sponsors and partners include training providers, HR consultants and renowned institutions.

“One of the reasons why HR Vendors of the Year Awards has become one of the most anticipated awards shows in the region is the involvement of exceptional sponsor firms,” said Nikita Erpini, regional producer at Human Resources magazine.

“Their commitment to high quality connects with HR professionals and helps advance their practices.”

With several companies still to confirm their involvement, the HR Vendors of the Year Awards 2015 sponsors at this stage are as follows:

  • Cegos Group
  • Centre for Executive Education
  • Choice Wines
  • Classified Post
  • Golden Gate Wine
  • IPMA
  • Peroni Nastro Azzurro
  • PMAT
  • SeniorHRForum
  • World HRD Congress

The HR Vendors of the Year Awards is based on a two-tier selection process. Category finalists will be decided by research on the vendor preferences of HR managers in Asia.

The winners will be judged by an esteemed jury of over 60 regional heads of HR from around Asia. Companies represented on the jury are the most respected Fortune 500 organisations and some of the biggest employers in Asia.

Past HR Vendors of the Year Awards winners are the leading HR solutions providers in Asia: Accenture, AcuMed, Adecco, ADP, AIA, AIRINC, Allied Pickfords, Aon Hewitt, Ascott, Asian Tigers, Aviva, AXA, Capita, CareerBuilder, Carrots, Cartus, CCL, Cornerstone, Crown, Dale Carnegie, DDI, Deloitte, Fragomen, Frasers Hospitality, Fullerton Healthcare, GMP, Great Eastern, Hay Group, Heidrick & Struggles, HRM3, HRnet One, HSBC, Hudson, IBM, Insead, Jardine Lloyd Thompson, JobsDB, Jobstreet, Kaplan, KCS, Kelly Services, Korn/Ferry, Lee Hecht Harrison, LinkedIn, Manpower, McKinsey, Mercer, Michael Page, Monster, NeXT Career, NTUC Income, NUS, Oracle, Pan Pacific, Parkway Shenton, Prudential, PwC, Raffles Medical, Ranstad, Recruit Express, RGF, Right Management, Robert Walters, Saba, Sage Software, Santa Fe, SAP, Sirva, Skillsoft, SMU, Stone Forest AccountServe, SuccessFactors, Talent2, Towers Watson, Unit4, Workday.

For more information on the HR Vendors of the Year Awards and to review the award categories, judging panel and to download the entry kit please visit or contact one of the following members of the Human Resources magazine team:

– Hong Kong: Darren Beck, or Tel: +65 6423 0329
– Kuala Lumpur: Sharissa Chan, or Tel: +65 6423 0329
– Singapore: Nikita Erpini, or Tel: +65 6423 0329

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