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Category Archives: Startups


10 promising European HR startups to watch in 2020


By Bojana Trajkovska In the last decade, the job market has embraced many employment trends, from the importance of continuous professional learning, to the evolution of recruitment tools. With millennials on the rise, emerging technologies and the growing gig economy, the concept of traditional work is no longer the same, and consequently, HR professionals need […]

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Personio books $75 million Series C, led by Accel


By Annie Musgrove Munich-based Personio, an HR software for small and medium-sized businesses, has secured a $75 million Series C round led by Accel. The round was also supported by Lightspeed Venture Partners, Lars Dalgaard, and previous investors such as Index Ventures, Northzone, Global Founders Capital, and Picus Capital. The Bavarian startup has developed a […]

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How to hire the best employees for your startup


Many businesses don’t make it past the three-year mark. These companies fail for a variety of reasons; like an inadequately performing product or service, lack of revenue, and poor management. But if you’re a new business owner, there are ways to avoid the common pitfalls of new startups. One of the best ways to ensure […]

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Software maker Phenom People raises $30 million

Phenom People

by Joseph N. DiStefano Phenom People, the Ambler-based software maker that eases the hiring process at companies from Microsoft to Merck, says it has raised another $30 million in its third venture-capital round. The money will help Phenom People expand and market its hiring software platform used by Southwest Airlines, Hershey, NFI Industries, and 300 […]

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Work Life Ventures raises $5M for debut enterprise SaaS seed fund


Brianne Kimmel had no trouble transitioning from angel investor to general partner. Initially setting out to garner $3 million in capital commitments, Kimmel, in just two weeks’ time, closed on $5 million for her debut venture capital fund Work Life Ventures. The enterprise SaaS-focused vehicle boasts an impressive roster of limited partners, too, including the […]

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London’s most valuable Recruitment startups


by Charlie Spargo We’re interested in finding and identifying the most successful startups coming out of London. This week, we’re checking out startups operating in recruitment. Recruitment is a valuable industry filled with ambitious young professionals, placing jobseekers and filling difficult-to-fill roles – and it’s ripe for technological innovation. Read More – https://www.prolificlondon.co.uk/features/2019/08/top-10-tech-londons-most-valuable-recruitment-startups

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Karat Raises $28 Million in Funding Led by Tiger Global


By Mayuri Chaudhary Karat, the company conducting technical interviews on behalf of companies, today announced that it has raised $28 million in funding led by Tiger Global Management, with participation from existing investors Norwest Venture Partners and 8VC. Karat will deploy the Series “B” financing to globally to scale its category-defining solution and its community […]

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ZenSourcer raises $9 million for candidate recruitment platform, rebrands as Gem


By Kyle Wiggers You’d think technology would make finding the right job candidates easier than before, and it has to a degree. According to a report published by Clutch, 58 percent of hires say their last job search lasted two months or less. But things don’t always go that smoothly. According to CareerBuilder, close to […]

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Recruitment Being A Hectic Task, Now Automate It Via Jobsoid


By Udit Agarwal Are you looking to hire new employees for your company, but not getting the enough time to sort everything? If not, then you are at right place. Jobsoid will work for you. Jobsoid An Introduction Jobsoid is a cloud-based applicant tracking system that helps the businesses and recruitment agencies to streamline their […]

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HR Tech startups present at TechHR Singapore

TechHR Singapore

From startups offering the newest technology in payroll management to banking on blockchain to solve every HR problem, the TechHR Singapore event to be held on 28th February, 2019 at Marina Bay Sands will showcase the best of best from the startup and HR technology world. Startups will get a chance to participate in the […]

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Startups of disruption: employment and human resources


By Jeffrey Kitt If ever there were industries primed for disruption, employment and human resources would have to somewhere near the top of the list. There are so many elements of each industry which require unnecessary manual work: from payrolls to referrals to recruiting to training and management processes. Automation and artificially intelligent solutions are […]

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Adzuna acquires job board Work In Startups


By Steve O’Hear Armed with new capital (following a recent £8 million Series C round) and now doing £1 million per month in revenue, job meta-search engine Adzuna has acquired the U.K. tech startup job board Work In Startups. Terms of deal aren’t being disclosed. However, it will see Adzuna take over operation of the […]

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What makes recruitment start-ups stumble?


by: Barney Cotton We all know the statistics show that lots of start-ups fail. Even the relatively optimistic Small Business Association puts the figure at 30% in the first year. Consider these fatal flaws for recruitment start ups. They’re the ‘ins’ to leave out of your planning. Inadequate funding It’s not just about not having […]

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