#WISHRM14 Committee Spotlight – Sponsorship

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Over the next few Wednesdays, we will be highlighting some of the work and ideas that are going on behind the scenes to make the 2014 WI SHRM State Conference a success.

Sponsorship is often the lifeblood of putting together a state HR conference.  Not only do sponsors help to keep many of the costs down, but allows the conference to put together better speakers and keynotes, activities, and food.  To that extent, we would like to highlight the two Premier sponsors of the WI SHRM State Conference.

Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield


Anthem has been a long-time supporter of the conference, serving as a Premier Sponsor for the 4th year in a row.  They are the sponsor of Kathy Dempsey’s keynote talk, “Shed or You’re Dead: How to Stay Alive & Thrive in the Midst of Change.”

Oracle Human Capital Management

Oracle’s global, web-based, application platform is designed for organizations of every size, industry, and region. Oracle Human Capital Management has been the HCM solution of choice for over 20 years and has 18,000 customers in over 140 countries; 6,000 of whom are in the cloud.

Oracle also serves as the HR Analytics Partner for the WI SHRM State Council

Be sure to check out the links above to learn more about each company.

For more information about the 2014 WI SHRM State Conference, click here.

As always, you can get the latest news on Twitter by following @wishrm14 or the hashtag #wishrm14

You may also like our conference Facebook page here


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