Recruiter and Jasper collaborate to develop the world's largest job marketplace for recruiters, employers and job seekers. Joe Abrams, Co-Founder of Intermix, parent of MySpace, to join Recruiter.com's advisory board.
Farmington, CT, March 16, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Recruiter.com and Jasper Group Holdings are pleased to announce a joint venture to create the world’s largest job marketplace for recruiters, employers and job seekers. With proprietary software technology and an unprecedented distribution network, the partnership will create the world’s largest split network and centralized platform for recruitment and staffing for direct employers. Employers are able to fill more jobs, faster, for less money.
Joe Abrams, a Co-Founder of Intermix, parent company of MySpace, and a Co-Founder of The Software Toolworks, will also join Recruiter.com’s advisory board.
“The reason we all are involved in this is to bring to market a world-class, disruptive platform for the recruiting industry. This new venture will be focused on creating dozens of integrations into the Recruiter marketplace, creating a value proposition for all,” Abrams said about the opportunity and new venture. “When Intermix (parent company of MySpace) was one of highest trafficked online sites in the world, the company leveraged partnerships, technologies and creative marketing agreements to build real value. We plan on applying the same basic business model to the recruiting industry.”
“The new marketplace will allow independent recruiters and staffing firms access to millions of dollars in fee-based job orders,” said Miles Jennings, Co-Founder and CEO of Recruiter. “Employers will enjoy the greatest sourcing and distribution to ensure both top talent and cost efficiency.”
“We are committed to building the world’s most efficient and effective recruiting platform,” said Ashley Saddul, Co-Founder and CTO of Recruiter. “Eighty percent of all job orders typically remain unfilled. With 2 million members and a reach of 750,000 recruiters and HR professionals on social media, the Recruiter marketplace seeks to close that gap.”
Michael Woloshin, CEO of Jasper Group, will serve as Managing Director for the new marketplace. Woloshin stated, “The partnership will create a platform of incredible reach and effectiveness. Recruiters can use their excess capacity both in terms of job orders and candidates – ultimately driving more revenue.”
About Recruiter.com, Inc.
Founded by CEO Miles Jennings and CTO Ashley Saddul, Recruiter.com has created a highly engaged membership base, works with hundreds of clients and employers and manages social media followings of more than 2 million people. Recruiter.com was voted Top Tech Company to Watch in 2014 by the Connecticut Technology Council, cited as one of the Top 35 Most Influential Career Sites in 2014 by Forbes and listed by Inc. as one of the 9 Best Websites for Finding Top Talent. The career and recruiting experts of Recruiter.com have been cited and featured in hundreds of sites and publications, including WSJ, Entrepreneur, Forbes, Mashable, Business Insider, Inc., Fox Small Business, Time, The Next Web, Yahoo Small Business, US News and Bloomberg.
About Jasper Group Holdings, Inc.
Jasper Group Holdings has developed several state-of-the-art transactional platforms for job placement, which allow employers, recruiters and applicants to optimally transact the entire job-hiring process in real time. Employers and recruiters can interview, communicate and/or reject applicants; book interviews; and communicate with the touch of a button right from the resume platform, all while utilizing industry best practices. Job seekers can see all activity as it relates to their resume, including job offers, resume submittals to companies and more in real time. Recruiters can transact and interact with other recruiters all over the world to fill their own unfilled jobs and to screen more applicants for fee-based jobs.
About Joe Abrams
Mr. Joseph “Joe” W. Abrams has vast experience in helping early-stage, private and publicly held technology companies accelerate growth. Mr. Abrams co-founded Intermix, Inc., the parent company of MySpace, in 1998. Intermix was sold to News Corp. in September 2005 for $580 million. Prior to that, Mr. Abrams co-founded The Software Toolworks, Inc., which was sold to Pearson, PLC, for $462 million. He serves on several private and nonprofit boards, including the board of the William E. Simon Graduate School of Business at the University of Rochester.
About Michael Woloshin
Michael Woloshin is a highly skilled, entrepreneurial-minded leader with decades of experience in business development, marketing and brand building, primarily in the recruiting industry. Michael was the driving force behind developing, expanding and managing the Candidates On Demand Group, which was ranked No. 4 in the Crain’s New York Business list of the New York Area’s Largest Executive Recruiters. He grew one of the fastest-growing recruiting firms in the country in less than four years before selling the firm in 2007.