Short Summary

A disruptive and Interactive Job Platform allowing Client and Candidate to connect within real time


Investment Raised
Previous Rounds N/A
Stage Pre-Startup/R&D
Investor Role


  • Extremely positive feedback from active clients
  • Expert team already in place
  • Revenue generating model from multiple streams
  • Disruptive and utilising new tech
  • We have proven success in market!
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