Newspaper publisher McClatchy is the latest media company to move its job sites away from CareerBuilder. The winning suitor: Recruitology.
OnTheMarket.com CEO Ian Springett has responded to analyst Mike DelPrete's critique of the U.K. property site's upcoming float on the London Stock Exchange, noting that "the overwhelming majority of our members have supported our strategic proposals".
Xing, the largest business network in the DACH region (Germany, Austria, Switzerland), announced today it has changed its legal identity from a German company to a European one. “This will ... make takeovers and establishing start-ups within the European Union much simpler – a clear advantage for our expansion strategy," said CEO Thomas Vollmoeller.
Ukraine’s real estate search engine LUN.ua started offering 3-D property tours for newly-built properties with the help of drones. Outside the Ukraine, LUN.ua operates in 33 countries of the world under the brand name Flatfly.com.
Austrian media company Russmedia announced a €100-million ($120 million U.S.), 5-year investment plan for Europe with a special focus on international marketplaces (Europe outside Austria).
GlowRoad, a female-focused reseller network, became the first, c-to-c online marketplace in India to raise venture-capital funding ($2 million U.S.) in a Series A round from Accel Partners, reported Economic Times.
Recruitment site Monster.co.uk launched 'Power Ads', a social media-focused advertising product, in the U.K. and claimed it was the first of its kind.
A survey of the best job portals puts StepStone, Indeed and Xing ahead, while blue collar startup mobileJob is a new favorite.
Recruitment site CV-Library.co.uk landed in 100th position on The Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100, an annual ranking which recognizes the 100 fastest-growing private technology companies in Britain.
I’ll cut right to the chase: OnTheMarket, the property site challenging Rightmove and Zoopla, does not offer more value to consumers compared to the existing alternatives. It serves no purpose and investing in such a business would be a horrible idea.