Recruitment marketplace Remotebase has announced a $2.1 million funding round as it launches the developer hiring tool Talently.
The pre-series A was co-led by Indus Valley Capital and Hustlefund Ventures with participation from Soma Capital, Angel Squad, Draper Associates, and Angel investors from Redis and Careem. With this round, Remotebase has raised $2.1 million at a $65 million valuation from investors.
Remotebase is a recruitment marketplace that matches tech companies with the world’s top 1% developer teams, pre-vetted and ready to hire within 24 hours.
Their Silicon Valley standardized vetting process provides the finest tech experts with 100+ skills that best fit your timezone and work model, eliminating the highly exhaustive and costly hiring process.
Remotebase offers pre-vetted top developer teams of Silicon Valley calibre and ready to operate for any client within 24 hours. To do this, Remotebase onboards the best developers and engineers as part of its focused hiring processes.
The new recruitment app from Remotebase, Talently, is its latest proposition to anyone seeking to onboard the best-in-class developer talent.
Talently helps developers find top job opportunities while inviting tech recruiters and hiring managers to seek dedicated remote developer teams by exploring more than 60,000+ pre-vetted developer profiles on the go.
The app presents the closest match to customer requirements and immediately locks interviews with those developers so that companies can save 100s of hours of their time finding, vetting and hiring the candidates.
“Building and scaling our platform from just 11 engineers to now over 60,000+ within 2.5 years has truly been rewarding. With Talently we want to democratize work and enable millions of individuals from emerging countries to have access to the best opportunities in the world,” Remotebase CEO Qasim Salam said.
Tim Draper, an investor in Remotebase, said: “Talently has the potential to become a game-changer in the way tech talent is hired all over the world. It can help both companies and developers surpass geographical constraints and make hiring processes much more efficient.
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