Spain-based workforce-as-a-service provider JobAndTalent is partnering with Medac on work placements for the latter’s vocational training graduates, according to the former’s LinkedIn post. 

It adds that this initiative will help “to bridge the gap between quality training provided by Medac centers (in-person or online) and the job opportunities made available by JobAndTalent.” 

Based in Malaga, Medac is a provider of vocational training services in Spain, Italy and Portugal. It was acquired by private equity firm KKR in 2021. 

As part of the agreement, Medac students will have exclusive access to job opportunities listed on the JobAndTalent app, while those already using the platform will get a discount on Medac training programs, facilitating their access to continuous education. 

Sonsoles Navarro, vice president of growth at JobAndTalent (LinkedIn profile), said: “Our partnership with Medac is fully aligned with our core mission of reinventing the future of work for everyone’s benefit. With all that we do, we focus on empowering our workers to shape their careers as they see fit, and we strongly believe in the value that Medac brings with their adaptive programs that prepare students to excel in today’s labor market.” 

Revenue at Madrid-headquartered JobAndTalent rose by more than 90% to €1.9 billion ($2.1 billion U.S.) in 2022. The company operates in 11 countries across Europe and and the Americas and has raised more than $850 million in funding to date from such investors as Atomico, Kinnevik and Softbank. 

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