Wednesday, June 15th, 2016
How to Attract and Retain Top Talent -
Competing with Goliath
Speaker: David Niu, Founder and CEO of TINYpulse
Dinner Event at the Seattle Yacht Club
Right now, it's hand-to-hand combat to attract and retain top talent in Puget Sound. Everyone is competing with traditional Seattle companies like like Boeing, Microsoft, and Amazon, plus newcomers like Facebook, Google, and HBO. And that's not even mentioning flashy startups and our best people starting their own businesses. With unemployment less than 5%, learn tips and best practices on how organizations can rise above the noise to differentiate themselves to find and keep A+ talent.
David Niu is the Founder and CEO of TINYpulse, an employe engagement survey solution that helps leaders get a pulse on how happy, frustrated, and burnt out their people are before issues fester or retention suffers. David is a serial entrepreneur, having founded and successfully sold two prior businesses, NetConversions and BuddyTV, the latter of which was honored in 2011 with the Inc. 500 award as one of the 500 fastest growing companies in America.
David attended the University of California at Berkeley for his BA and the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania for his MBA. David was named a “40 Under 40” recipient by the Puget Sound Business Journal, and is actively involved in EO (Entrepreneurs’ Organization). He is frequently asked to speak on topics spanning employee engagement, company culture, and organizational morale at top-tier organizations such as Amazon, HubSpot, and the Paul Allen Companies. In the past year alone, David and TINYpulse have appeared in over 100 press outlets including Fast Company, Inc., SUCCESS, The Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic, and The Today Show. David is also the author of Careercation: Trading Briefcase for Suitcase to Find Entrepreneurial Happiness.