Sage joins HR Indaba with Platinum Partnership

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The software company says it is proud to be partnering with HR Indaba.

Sage has joined the HR Indaba this year as a Platinum Partner. The company will be part of a line-up of partners exhibiting at the live HR Indaba on 8 October.

Sage is a global market leader for technology that helps businesses of all sizes manage everything from money to people – whether they’re a start-up, scale-up or enterprise. According to the organisation, it exists to knock down barriers so everyone can thrive, starting with the millions of small and mid-sized businesses served by the organisation, partners and accountants.

The 2024 HR Indaba promises to bring together 3,000+ HR professionals who want to accelerate their knowledge, network and career. The event boasts 10 Impact Sessions with world-class speakers, live engagement, and a complete overview of the most important tools and services for HR teams at the spectacular expo taking place at the Sandton Convention Centre.

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