Jobhunt – Hiring Platform

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Ed: Everyone is building a new jobs platform, the market has become competitive but this time around the competition is fighting over how the client manages recruitment rather than the job boards of 10 years ago. Can’t be space for all of the new entrants, their pitch is pretty average but at the very least this one is beautiful.

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What problem are you solving? Job boards are ineffective when comes to source good candidates. They’re usually filled with bad postings that don’t attract talented candidates.Recruiters also waste a lot of time sourcing candidates since the current tools are not selective and efficient at reaching out to the right ones.

Jobhunt solves this problem by making it more accessible and attractive to both recruiters and candidates.

What is your solution? Jobhunt is a free and a new kind of job board that helps both recruiters and candidates rank, post, and apply for the best jobs online.Think of “Product Hunt” for jobs.

Jobhunt is a byproduct of Kolyg HR Technologies.

Target Market Recruiters and candidates
How will you make money? Subscriptions/Advertisement
Tell us about the market & founders, why is this a great opportunity? Jobhunt is created by Rohey Livne, Gil Dantas, and Yoni Livne – a talented team with background in engineer, behavioral economics and design. This team has founded another successful business called Kolyg HR Technologies.
Founders Names Rohey Livne, Gil Dantas, and Yoni Livne
What type of funding has the company received? Bootstrap
Twitter Handle @kolyg_hr

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