Our challenge this year was to identify our product-market fit. The challenge every startup has to solve relying on hints, such as customer’s feedbacks, competitor’s actions, market trends, unit economics. Employers wanted all-in-one solution. We entered 2019 with quite limited functionality for employers: list of matched candidatesweight of matchingtest task accept/decline buttons We have been puzzled... Continue Reading →
Solution overview Current recruitment that relies on CVs is often driven by stereotypes and doesn’t offer equal opportunities for employment. PitchMe creates a unique talent marketplace in the recruitment landscape. It empowers candidates to demonstrate their knowledge and abilities allowing anyone with relevant skillset to apply for a position regardless of their age, gender, formal... Continue Reading →
If you really want to launch your startup with a strong foundation, picking the right location is vital. Find out why we chose London over New York as the home for our startup.
On the 6th of June, London was the host to an exciting startup-focused conference Startup Grind. Over 3,000 startups, investors and innovators have attended the event and spent the day networking, discussing the future of startups and taking part in other inspiring activities. 100 promising startups were chosen to exhibit as part of their Startup... Continue Reading →
You are about to join a startup, but your intuition keeps telling you that something might be wrong. Why is that? We share the insight expressed in the Bad Blood, an award-winning book on Silicon Valley unicorn startup Theranos written by journalist John Carreyrou and published in May 2018.
As many business ideas, it all started from a personal experience to find a job and a rhetorical question “why is this so complicated”? 5 years ago, being involved in the Young professional network in London, our co-Founders saw how candidates struggled to find a job, while companies found it extremely challenging to find good... Continue Reading →
What do we know about corporate leadership? Pretty much everything — so many books are written about motivation, leadership styles, team management. Many of us came across a known wisdom “If you can manage three — you can manage thousands”. But is it really true, that person who has managed to get three people to work together on a... Continue Reading →