About Us

 

HR&DigitalTrends is Asia’s only content portal dedicated to the needs of the Human Resources Officer. It shares the latest news, highlights best practices, examines emerging trends and provides an invaluable resource for CHROs and other Business Leaders engaged with a company’s digital & data strategy.  It is also structured to evolve with CHROs, as their own job scopes and responsibilities expand in the digital era.

HR&DigitalTrends delivers insight and analysis on key topics related to an enterprise’s future by focusing on six core areas including Digital Worplaces, Future Workplace, HR Transformation, Onboarding/Team Building, Digital Era Leadership and our peer inspired leadership insights and case studies on CHROUniversity. 

 

HR&DigitalTrends is also pragmatic. We recognize that the CHRO title might vary slightly or is an additional responsibility of another executive like a CIO, COO, CMO or other senior title, but the job focus remains the same: define a firm’s digital strategy, execute it across the organization and build a digitally and data optimized enterprise. Our portal, newsletter and related events are designed to empower CHROs and those tasked with digital responsibilities, stay updated on the latest strategies, innovative technologies and best practices, provide a one-stop shop for related news, whitepapers, research and case studies and expand career horizons by offering leadership insights from CHRO peers.

 

For marketers, HR&DigitalTrends is the most direct way to engage with CHROs and those empowered with the digital vision and strategy for their enterprise in Asia. The combination of our website, e-newsletter, research, conferences and customized events creates an engaged community of these hard to reach and identify executives.

 

Contacts:

For feedback on upcoming stories, opinions, or additional details on any of our content, please contact:

Winston Thomas, Editor-in-Chief – [email protected]

Lachlan Colquhon, ANZ Correspondent – [email protected]

 

For Advertising or Sponsorship opportunities, please contact:

Jonathan Bigelow, CEO - [email protected]

 

 

Jonathan Bigelow HR&DigitalTrends CEO

Jonathan Bigelow, CEO
Jonathan has spent over 25 years in the media and events space with various management positions and start-ups including nearly 10 years at Global Sources and most recently as Managing Director of Questex Asia. At Questex, he guided the launch of over 10 new digital media products including EnterpriseInnovation, CFOInnovation, CMOInnovation, NetworkWorldAsia, FintechInnovation and other products. He also launched the Events division at Questex where he oversaw over 140 events across 13 Asian countries in a normal calendar year. Jonathan and his experienced team are uniquely positioned to bring his client-based approach of Concept-based marketing solutions to marketers eager to interact with Asia’s growing community of Human Resources Officers and other Digital practitioners. 

Winston Thomas

Winston Thomas, Editor-in-Chief
Winston brings over 20 years of journalistic experience to HR&DigitalTrends.com. As the previous editor at Computerworld Hong Kong, CIO Asia and PCWeek Asia, he followed, edited and wrote how the Internet and the rise of the digital economy impacted businesses across various industries. Most recently, Winston served as N. Asia editor of CMOInnovation. As the Editor-in-Chief of HR&DigitalTrends.com, he is bringing together intriguing articles, insights from leading thinkers, in-depth lessons from practitioners, and various thought leadership materials to develop a new resource for CHROs and other digital practitioners. Fascinated by new technology trends, he is constantly looking at how digital is reshaping our future lives.

Lachlan Colquhoun – ANZ Correspondent
Lachlan Colquhoun is one of the Asia Pacific's most experienced journalists, with a career spanning four decades working for some of the world's best known titles. He has been managing editor of Telecom Asia, a contributing editor to CFO Innovation and Enterprise Innovation, in addition to his work as a correspondent and feature writer for the Financial Times, the London Evening Standard, the South China Morning Post and Asia Times.