WisdomJobs has been regarded as a tale of success - less than a decade into business, the Hyderabad-based company was the easy and efficient site for talent looking for jobs on a local, national, or global scale, with a reported 30 million registered users.
Anju Kanodia, Business Head, Wakency, says, “Part time job opportunities and the gig-economy are a global phenomenon and Indian employers are keen to explore better efficiencies with such recruitment strategies."
The funds will boost the company’s mission to democratize access to mentorship by continuing its growth path and further developing the platform. This is the company’s second round of financing post a seed round raised late last year.
CP Gurnani, Managing Director, Tech Mahindra, said, “The tremendous pace at which digital technologies are disrupting businesses today is creating an immediate demand for professionals who can work with next gen technologies to deliver state-of-the-art solutions and services."
With a reach spanning 15 cities from Delhi to Mumbai to Chennai, JobsForHer features postings from more than 5,000 companies including the likes of banking behemoth Citibank, retail giant Future Group and consumer goods major Unilever.
“I launched this portal at IIT-Madras in August last to provide a platform for youngsters who are confused with various options to choose their dream career, but don’t know what to opt for," Rohan Nair, creator, said.