The woes of finding work, or conversely filling an empty position, are infamously painful and a long process for most. Next Station, a new recruiting platform based out of Paris, is hoping to reduce the stresses of international job searching, and has just nabbed a fresh €1 million in capital.
The investment came from a group of European investors including Cabiedes & Partners and business angel Denis Fayolle, and will help Next Station deliver on its vision of connecting talent with career opportunities beyond geographic boundaries.
The European recruiting market was worth €190 billion in 2018, and Next Station aims to become a leading force in recruiting international talent.
“Hiring international talent has always been a pain for all my companies,” said investor Denis Foyalle. “Identifying and managing a host of relevant job boards and recruiters places immense pressure on the HR team who need to learn overnight how to operate at a global scale. Next Station removes this pressure by creating a single platform that powers HR teams to be more effective when recruiting talent from abroad.”
The platform is already operational in Spain, France and Germany, reducing the time and costs spent while searching for international talent. In less than 48 hours after posting an opening, companies can receive a selection of candidates with the necessary skills for their position. Next Station receives over 2,000 applicants per month from more than 110 nationalities who speak more than 35 languages.
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