Belfast hiring software firm closes £300,000 funding round

  • Local hiring software solution company has announced that it's closed a £300,000 investment round to fund ongoing growth.

    Hiring software firm launched its cloud-based hiring solution last year that helps companies streamline their recruitment process. The platform automates sourcing, engagement, selection, and hiring of candidates, and is currently used in local companies including Grant Thornton (NI) and Firmus Energy.

    The business has now raised an additional £300,000 in investment through the Halo Business Angel Network (HBAN) with co-funding through Invest Northern Ireland's Co-Fund NI and funding from the COVID-19 Equity Investment Fund (CEIF). The funds will be used to continue growing throughout the UK and Ireland.

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    The platform includes tools built-in video interviewing tools, real-time tracking information on the hiring process, and a system that aims to remove unconscious bias from the shortlisting process.

    Interim Chief Executive Gary Irvine commented on the investment: "’s vision, in this digital age, is to save employers a great deal of time and money by fully automating the recruitment and hiring of their new staff. The company has ambitious growth plans and we are confident that we can disrupt the status quo by delivering a much better experience for both candidates and employers."

    Source: Written based on press release

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