Catapult, on-demand staffing platform, secures £4.3m in funding

February 12, 2019
Share this Post: 

On-demand staffing platform Catapult, the digital on-demand staffing platform, has recently secured £4.3 million in new funding. This brings the three-year total funding to £10 million.

Novator Partners led the round, supported by Dollar Shave Club-backer Elkstone Ventures.

London-based Catapult uses artificial intelligence to match the skills and experience of workers to employers’ requirements. Businesses including Clarks, Topshop, Virgin, Paul bakeries and Planet Organic view candidate profile videos on the platform, allowing them to handpick staff from its pool.

Catapult specialises in jobs in the retail and hospitality sectors, such as waiter, bartender and sales assistant, which together account for almost one in five jobs in the UK.

The company, which operates in 30 cities and town across Britain, will use the investment to expand domestically and further into Europe.

Read more here.

Join us in Bangkok the 19th to the 22nd of March for the Property Portal Watch Conference.

Property Portal Watch Bangkok Conference. March 19-22, 2019

February 12, 2019

Subscribe to our mailing list to get the famous, free Friday newsletter!

News and analysis to help build better online marketplace businesses, in your inbox, every Friday

Related News

New Jersey Governor and NJEDA team up to launch job portal

Read More
Shutterstock 2738268051 1
CMP has a plan to answer unemployment numbers due to COVID-19

Recruitment, coaching and outplacement firm, CMP, is providing over a thousand people free access to their career portal to make...

Read More
Searchie 1
According to AI recruiter Searchie, COVID-19 has actually inflated global hiring numbers

COVID-19 has had one major impact on HRtech: artificial intelligence has found its time to truly shine. Sahiqa Bennett, Co-founder...

Read More
Coronavirus Covid Work Employment Jobs Economy 1
Ex-SocialRank founders premiere new job board to combat coronavirus layoffs

Employment numbers have been in near free-fall since the coronavirus pandemic, and hardly any industry can hide from it. But...

Read More

Editor's Pick