ENGAGE is a New Sourcing Tool Promising Access to 100 Million Profiles

Job Market Maker just raised $1 million in funding and is launching a new product called ENGAGE. They are offering a 7 day free trial.

Built for active recruiters, ENGAGE allows users to source from a dynamic stream of over 100 million passive candidates. To provide recruiters with a competitive advantage, ENGAGE delivers real time signals to notify recruiters of when a candidate is most likely to be ready for a new opportunity.

“We couldn’t be more excited about the launch of ENGAGE and the value it will bring to our customers,” said Joseph Hanna, CEO of Job Market Maker. “This capital provides us additional resources to accelerate product growth and development for ENGAGE, quickly and strategically expand our team, as well as continue to scale the current pre-hire solution.”

Since the release of its predictive hiring and assessment platform, the company has seen rapid adoption by companies in healthcare, manufacturing and service industries looking for an efficient, analytic-based hiring solution.

“Charleston Angel Partners is thrilled to be investing in Job Market Maker. We are excited for what the future holds for them and look forward to supporting the growth opportunities in front of them.” John Osborne, EA of CHAPS.

“We congratulate Job Market Maker on this significant milestone as they continue to advance,” said Ambrose Schwallie, Executive Vice President of SCRA. “We’re delighted to have them as part of the SC Launch program and look forward to their continued growth.”

To learn more about Job Market Maker, visit http://www.JobMarketMaker.com and http://www.EngageTalent.com.

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