How To Grow A RecruitmentTech Business – Q & A With Juliet Eccleston of AnyGood?
The HRTech and, specifically, the RecruitmentTech industry continues to grow rapidly.
In this conversation, I asked Juliet Eccleston of AnyGood? for her thoughts on how to grow a RecruitmentTech business.
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Today’s post continues the series on how to get more recruitment tech customers.
I have kindly been joined by Get More HR Clients reader, Patrick Doyle, who co-founded the rapidly growing recruitment tech company, Clinch, which is based in my adopted home of Dublin.
Founded in January 2014, Clinch, through its Recruitment Marketing Platform, brings the best of sales and marketing tools to the recruitment sector – it helps corporate organisations around the world centralise their recruiting and talent pool initiatives.
Clinch connects a company’s careers site, content, recruiter, and candidate in a tightly integrated software solution that’s unlike anything else on the market. The platform combines recruitment marketing, employer branding, and sourcing tools in one end-to-end solution. Features include a career site and landing page builder, social and email integration, robust analytics and more.
The Clinch platform brings together the capability to easily and quickly build best-in-class career and job landing pages, candidate attraction and engagement tools, global job distribution, social recruiting, CRM, marketing automation, fully optimised mobile sites with actionable analytics & insights captured at every stage of the process.
How To Get More TA Tech Customers – Q&A With Patrick Doyle
Here’s what I asked Patrick about his Talent Acquisition Tech company:
- What does your business do?
- Do you focus on a niche within the market or do you serve all businesses?
- What are some effective ways you have acquired new clients/customers?
- Any ineffective ways to find new clients? Why didn’t they work so well?
- Can you share some tips to help grow a business faster?
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