The Better Workplaces Challenge Cup

Do You Have the Next Great Workplace Innovation?

Apply to SHRM’s workplace innovation pitch competition to get recognized by the largest HR network in the world.

The Leading Workplace Innovation Pitch Competition

SHRMLabs, powered by SHRM, is searching for the most innovative and game-changing ideas that are reinventing how we do work.

As the workplace landscape evolves, so do its challenges. From remote work to skill shortages, mental health concerns, and the ripple effects of the great resignation, HR faces unprecedented disruptions, driving new heights of ingenuity. With a market size of $25 Billion, we are seeing hundreds of new HR solutions and technologies each year.

The Better Workplaces Challenge Cup brings together tech startups from around the world who are stepping up to solve these critical workplace challenges. Does your solution have what it takes?
Join in and be part of the transformation!

As the voice of all things work, workers and the workplace, SHRM is the foremost expert, convener and thought leader on issues impacting today’s evolving workplaces. With 300,000+ HR and business executive members in 165 countries, SHRM impacts the lives of more than 115 million workers and families globally.

Ready to Participate?

Show us how you’re solving critical workplace challenges.

SHRMLabs, powered by SHRM, is inspiring innovation to create better workplace technologies that solve today’s most pressing workplace challenges.

To learn more about SHRMLabs, visit

SHRMLabs supports SHRM in:

Elevating HR as a thought leader on the future of work and workplace technology.
Leveraging the collective expertise of SHRM members and staff to help tech innovators create technologies catered to the needs of workers and the workplace
Identifying, evaluating, and enabling the success of startup companies in the workplace technology industry

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