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Startup NameRefer Me Please
What problem are you solving?The way recruitment is being done today is neither accurate nor efficient anymore. With the rise of social networking platforms, companies need to change their game. It\’s proven that Employee Referral Programs are the best way to find the best candidates at the lowest costs. Yet no official platform to help candidates and employees connect to each other.
What is your solution?Refer Me Please is a new professional social network, where jobseekers can connect directly with employees working in their dream companies, and employees can find candidates suitable for open roles within their company!
We\’re on a mission – a mission to redesign the way recruitment works by leveraging the awesome power of employee referral programs.
Our customers are people looking for a job, employees looking for high potential candidates to refer and human resources department, to help them make their recruitment process better and cheaper
Target MarketConsumers
How will you make money?Free for now
Tell us about the market & founders, why is this a great opportunity?Kevin Bosc: X-Googler, Analytics guru, CEO of Refer Me Please
James Henry: Googler, Analytics guru, co-founder of Refer Me Please
Mia Zuanic: Growth hacking lover, CMO
Founders NamesKevin Bosc
Founders EmailNA
What type of funding has the company received?NA
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Website www.refer-me-please.com
Twitter Handlerefermeplease
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