Jobstop.com, the job and career branch of Speedcafe.com, has recently revamped and relaunched with a website overhaul and UI change to create a better user experience when job hunting or looking for a career change. Jobstop.com has grown to be a popular platform for employees and employers, particularly in the motorsport and motoring industries, since its introduction in 2013. The service which allows applicants to search for jobs, submit resumes and to apply for positions, at no cost to the individual, is the perfect platform for those looking to enter the motorsport industry or change their role within it. The new
Leaseum Partners, a real estate investment management and blockchain firm based out of New York has recently announced that it has entered a partnership with the Tokeny to use the Tokeny's platform to launch a $250 million blockchain-enabled real estate fundraiser. Leaseum Partners have announced that the $250 million tokenized real estate portfolio will be launched using the Tokeny platform. According to Leaseum Partners, the fundraising is focused on income producing commercial properties in New York City. The CEO of Leaseum Partners, Steve Sillam said: “We have brought together world-class real estate portfolio management with the benefits security tokens can
Lead generation and marketing automation solution for real estate agents, Kingston Lane has announced that's services will expand into Australia and New Zealand this month following successful beta testing in both countries. Kingston Lane's unique solution to real estate marketing challenges has been proven throughout 2018 in the United States. Agents in Australia and New Zealand will be eligible to access the company's growing suite of "5-clicks or less" localized lead gen, sales, and creative campaigns. In addition to Kingston Lane's push-button lead farming, coming soon websites, and email campaigns, the company will make available its Seller Analysis Tool (SAT),
LiveHire, the cloud-based talent acquisition company, has recently expanded over multiple important sectors after obtaining seven new clients in 2018 so far, bringing up their total full-time workforce numbers to over 8,000. The company has signed contracts with Xero, Nissan Australia, Calibre Group, Agent Plus and Komatsu Australia to consolidate its position in the property, construction, engineering and manufacturing sectors and expects to attract a steady flow of new candidates (known as ‘talent community connections’ or TCCs) for roles within these companies. Two additional contracts signed with firms in the advertising and technology space remain confidential. The new client
Chief Executive and Founder of Freelancer, a worldwide job marketplace platform, Matt Barrie has told investors not to buy into fintech or cryptocurrencies. He recently revealed his future plans for a spin-off IPO for his quickly expanding Escrow.com payments company. Speaking to The Australian Financial Review in the wake of Freelancer's shares diving 14 percent in one day after revelations of a rare revenue slow-down, Barrie provided a robust defense of the company's long-term prospects, including his high expectations for Escrow, the payments business it acquired in 2015. But he warned a bubble had emerged and despite teaching cryptography, he doesn't invest in cryptocurrencies.