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Startup Name Weirdly
What problem are you solving? See our story above!
What is your solution? Customised recruitment software that filters job applicants by cultural fit. Saving you time and money, while attracting the top talent with a branded, fun candidate experience.Weirdly is great for startups and growing businesses, who care about creating a healthy, productive team culture as they scale.

For companies with 10-80 people, Weirdly can be used as a management system for the whole recruitment process – create your custom quiz, with questions to assess a candidate’s cultural fit, share your link out across job boards and social networks or embed in your own website, then manage the review, shortlisting and communication process with candidates.

For companies with 80-500 people, Weirdly can work alongside your existing applicant tracking and management tools.

Target Market Businesses
How will you make money? Free trial, $39/month, $99/month, $399/month
Tell us about the market & founders, why is this a great opportunity? Weirdly has four founders:Dale Clareburt (Co-founder/CEO): Background in recruitment and management, previously co-owned and grew a boutique recruitment agency (Talent Magnet).

Simon Martin (Co-founder/Chief Sales Officer): Background in recruitment, previously co-owner of Talent Magnet with Dale.

Keren Phillips (Co-founder/Chief Marketing Officer): Background in Advertising/Brand Strategy, previously co-owned and grew digital innovation lab (The Common Room).

Hayden Raw (Co-founder/Chief Product Officer): Background in Digital and UX design, previously co-owned and grew The Common Room with Keren.

Board of Advisors:

Joining Dale on the board;

Lance Wiggs – representing Punakaiki fund (Weirdly seed investors)

Kirsti Grant – Previous head of Talent at Vend (global)

Founders Names Keren Phillips
Twitter Handle @WeirdlyHub
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