GradTouch and SRS combine to unveil new merged brand

March 17, 2020
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A Manchester-headquartered career platform undergoing a recent merge has finally revealed its new business and brand.

Launched in 2013 by founders Zac Williams and Joe Twigg, GradTouch is a job matching business designed to allow employers to attract the best graduate talent. A hybrid of an advertising agency and job site, it features employer landing pages, in-depth reporting, candidate management and feedback from job seekers.

Last year, it joined forces with Smart Resourcing Solutions (SRS), which specialises in graduate recruitment.

Now, the pair have rebranded as Careerpass Network, encompassing media, display, talent assessment and processing services.

Williams, a member of the 42 Under 42 Class of 2019, said: "2019 was a record year for both GradTouch and SRS, and following our merger, along with the acquisition of university society sponsorship software Kaampus, it was time for us to unify under one exciting new name and brand.

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March 17, 2020

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