HONO Wins ET Most Promising Brand 2022 Award
We could see this coming for a while now - and we’re proud to say it did!
While we have the faith and trust of 300 + brands and more than 1 million users on our future-ready AI-backed platform already, being acknowledged and feted by the business fraternity is a cherry on the cake!
The Economic Times has chosen HONO for this year’s Economic Times Most Promising Brand award for it’s customer-centric executional excellence, its promise of ‘One-size-fits-one’, its future-ready AI-backed transformation platform, which has demonstrated its ability to impact both productivity and people across a plethora of global businesses.
The award is a vindication of HONO’s sustained insistence on building for the future and its philosophy of setting up a ‘Single Source Of Truth’ for Human Resources.
“It’s an acknowledgement both of our brand HONO and of the HR-tech vertical that we champion, a collective thumbs-up for the effort to use future-ready technology in the service of people-centric business transformations. We are happy for being one of the most exciting brands in India today, and we know that we will more than live up to our promise,” said a visibly pleased Mukul Jain.
The award was presented during The Economic Times Promising Brands Conclave 2022, at Hotel Westin, Goregaon, Mumbai, on September 22, 2022 in a glittering ceremony.
“We have wings to fly now is the feeling for all of us in Team HONO.Congrats to Team HONO ! we at HONO are a new age entity committed to enable people transformation, using technology. It is a brand that stands on the solid legs of commitment we have made and delivered globally, for 300 + companies. This recognition will help us accelerate growth." Rajesh Padmanabhan, Chairman of Board
HONO has been on a heads trajectory, with multiple HR-tech product innovations and its promise of executional excellence and products which are created for the millennial workforce. In a world where businesses are now looking to HR for answers to unprecedented changes in workforce needs and workspace dynamics, HONO is one company that has kept a step ahead.
Earlier this year, HONO also won the support of investors, known for their foresight and acumen, with its Series A funding. These include Aakash Educational Services Limited + BYJU'S Aakash Chaudhry, besides individual investors: Hemant Sultania, Amit Khanna of Amaya Ventures, and Harsh Gupta of Udayat Group.