Exciting News: SmartRecruiters Series A

On Jan. 18, SmartRecruiters announced a $5M Series A financing led by the Mayfield Fund, a top tier Silicon Valley Venture Capital firm. We will use this money to make our product even more awesome.

This investment is a strong validation of our disruptive free SaaS model. It will allow us to continue to work toward making the most efficient recruiting website ever. SmartRecruiters has a simple goal: we want to make hiring easy; for you and for the millions of businesses that want to create jobs but are struggling to find good talent.
 
It’s an exciting time, and we are thrilled you are a part of it.

 

Thank You to Our Customers
 
I am humbled by the fact that over 10,000 businesses have signed up for our product. Thank You for being an early adopter. I can not thank you enough for your time, feedback and attention. Without you, the evolution of SmartRecruiters would not be what it is today.
 
We will unroll more services to get you the talent you need. We will not rest until hiring is made easy for all.

 

Thank You to Our Partners
 
Our service can only be as good as our partners.  Thank You for being our partner in the early days. Series A is a milestone. We can change this industry. Millions of businesses still struggle to hire. With your help, we hope to eliminate all friction in the hiring process.

 

Thank You to Our Investors
 
Mayfield’s top priority is creating market leading companies. The rest follows. Mayfield funds disruptive business models. Together we can disrupt this $400 billion recruiting indsutry. We wanted to work with the Mayfield Fund because they get it.  Thank You Mayfield.

 

Thank You to Our Employees
 
Work smart, have fun, and make the difference. Well done.
 
Let’s take the next step. What happens if we truly make hiring easy? How many jobs can we createCan we eradicate unemployment? I can’t say for certain. But I think we should try.
 
Want to join us? We are hiring in San Francisco and Krakow (and will be using our software to do it).

 

Happy Hiring!
 
Jerome Ternynck
Founder & CEO

 

SmartRecruiters is the Free Social Recruiting Platform.

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Jerome Ternynck Founder & CEO, SmartRecruiters Jerome Ternyck is the Founder & CEO of @SmartRecruiters, your workspace to find and hire great people.
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