HelloWork, the French online recruiting group, posted a 17% increase in orders last year. The company brought in 51.6 million euros ($57.5 million U.S.), up 7.5 million euros ($8.4 million U.S.) from 2018, according to a news release (in French).
HelloWork, previously known as RegionsJob, is now entering its 20th year. In the past four years, the group has doubled in size through heavy internal investment and external expansion.
Last May, HelloWork purchased Diplomeo, the digital leader in higher education counseling. And last summer, Jobijoba, which is owned by HelloWork bought JAI, a chatbot tool for recruiters.
Last year, HelloWork registered an average of 4 million unique monthly visitors across its sites, according to to the company. Its leading site, Regionsjob.com, brought in around 2 million visitors each month, according to SimilarWeb and MédiaMétrie.
The company generated over 17 million candidate-recruiter and candidate-training center link-ups last year, up 21% from 2018, on behalf of its 11,000 clients.
“We will continue to invest heavily in technology: 90% of our hires will be tech profiles,” said CEO Jérôme Armbruster. “And naturally we will continue our external investments in France and initiate a number of international deployments in order to accelerate the development of some of our activities and areas of expertise.”