Monster.com and Hall, Kinion to Produce Tech Forum

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Hall, Kinion & Associates, San Francisco, and Monster.com, Maynard, MA, have forged a six-month sponsorship agreement to co-produce The Great Tech Debate on Monster Technology, Monster.com's dedicated technology community.


The Great Tech Debate will allow technology professionals to debate industry topics. Individuals can post their opinions and reply to or view other messages about the debate topic, which will change approximately every two weeks. Banners, buttons, newsletters, bulletins, message boards and other links on Monster Technology will connect users directly to The Great Tech Debate.


The Hall, Kinion brand will be prominently displayed on the debate's site, where readers can search a list of 16,000 positions at Hall, Kinion clients.


"Monster Technology has long been a place for tech professionals to manage their careers, seek better opportunities and network with their peers," said Doug Hardy, vice president of content and editor in chief at Monster.com. "With The Great Tech Debate, these job seekers now have a place to engage each other in a lively and informative dialogue."
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