It’s no secret that companies, especially startups, are getting increasingly more creative with their job titles. They believe that unique, funny and ridiculous job titles will attract like-minded people, therefore making a "we think different" message clear from the first sight. 1. Paranoid In Chief Company: Yahoo Description: Let’s be honest — Paranoid in chief sounds much more intriguing... Continue Reading →
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 →
Conferences can be the perfect place to not only network with professionals in different industries but also to look for jobs. The outcome of these type of events is all in your hands and is based on learning all the right tricks to turn a simple chat into the start of an important connection. An... Continue Reading →
More than 1.2 billion people worldwide regularly play video games. There is a lot of different types of video games, but the so called ‘action games’ are among the most popular. Researchers have long been interested in the effects video games have on gamers. For example, examining the cognitive profile of action video game players... Continue Reading →
Even though here at PitchMe, we dream of a job-search free of CVs, we appreciate the fact that it might not be immediately possible. Hence, here is a check-list of great information and structural ideas which you should include in your CV.
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.
Some time ago the PitchMe team attended a lecture given by the Nobel prize winning economist, Joseph Stiglitz. The topic of that talk was particularly interesting for us, since Stiglitz addressed the issues of artificial intelligence, robotisation of labour markets and how it all might affect unemployment rates across the world. AI and its implications... Continue Reading →
Nearly every working professional has a CV. I'm sure even you have a one. But have you ever stopped and wondered who created the first ever CV? Who was that man or woman who decided to summarise his/her skills and achievements into one document? Who is responsible for everybody’s job-search headache? Supposedly, the CV was... Continue Reading →