Viva Republica, the Seoul-based fintech company behind Toss, a super app with more than 40 financial services, announced today it has raised $410 million at a post-money valuation of $7.4 billion. The new funding was led by Alkeon Capital, an American investment firm, and included participation from new investors like Korea Development Bank, and returning
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Before our conversation on Extra Crunch Live, Marlon Nichols dropped a bomb on me. The MaC Venture Capital founding managing partner hadn’t actually seen Wonderschool’s original pitch deck before investing in the remote education startup. Our conversation with the company’s CEO, Chris Bennett was the first time he’d been through the seed-stage deck. Their partnership
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As a certified and award-winning resume writer, I face this dilemma on a daily basis. Most resumes contain a lot of “fat” in the form of run-on sentences, unwieldy skill descriptions, lackluster branding, and unnecessary details. By trimming these problem areas, your resume can become a lean, mean, brand communication machine. But isn’t it better
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Today, RChilli announced its Data Migration Service that will streamline the process of onboarding new clients into an ATS by migrating their data from old ATS/CRM to the new ATS. The company has been serving ATS, Job boards, and Enterprises for the last decade with its intelligent solutions like resume parser, semantic search & match, taxonomy, and
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Companies are coming out with their remote identity. Morgan Stanley says no to remote, or you will need to take a serious pay cut. Deloitte believes employees can work from where ever they want, and KPMG in the UK wants employees at least 2 days a week in the office. All kinds of different research shows, on average, that
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Mobile commerce is where it’s at, and rising investment in so-called conversational commerce startups underscores the opportunity. Via, a two-year-old, Bay Area-based startup, is among those riding the wave, having identified some trends that are becoming clearer by the month. First, more e-commerce sales will be on mobile phones this year than desktops (as much
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Hiring qualified candidates is a crucial part of a business’s success and the office’s atmosphere. However, the recruiting and screening process can be demanding, time-consuming, and expensive without a good plan. Below are a few strategies your business can use to find quality employees without overextending yourself or management. Use a Database Regardless of how
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Popular Twitch streamers Amouranth and Indiefoxx are the two latest casualties of Twitch’s ongoing battle to enforce its own confusing rules around sexually suggestive content. Both creators were suspended following ASMR streams that pushed the bounds of Twitch’s community guidelines forbidding content that isn’t quite sexual in nature but is still too risqué for a
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As a certified and award-winning resume writer, I face this dilemma on a daily basis. Most resumes contain a lot of “fat” in the form of run-on sentences, unwieldy skill descriptions, lackluster branding, and unnecessary details. By trimming these problem areas, your resume can become a lean, mean, brand communication machine. But isn’t it better
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Increased productivity, heightened workplace morale, and more competitive benefits packages ’ these are some of the positive impacts that companies have reported since implementing the ’unlimited holiday’ scheme. This new take on holiday allowance first started to grow within US-based tech start-ups as a way to stand out from their larger competitors but has since
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More data that indicates employers actively consider their current workers as candidates for open positions. In its first State of Internal Recruiting Report, SmartRecruiters said enterprise employers continue to face significant challenges in terms of implementing and scaling recruiting programs, even though internal mobility has for some time been seen as a top-performing source of
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“Two or three months’ vacation after the hard and nervous strain to which one is subjected…are necessary in order to enable one to continue his work…with energy and effectiveness.”   -President William Taft, 1910. Apparently, Americans weren’t keen on the idea of a nice, long vacation and no law was passed. Other industrialized countries took
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Today we have Cris Grossmann on from Beekeeper, and we’re gonna be talking about digital transformation and the reemergence of the frontline workforce. He has recently written a book called the Rise of the Frontline Worker, so we’ll discuss that a bit as well. Of course, the pandemic has really uncovered just how essential frontline workers
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(See the full version.) The never-documented LinkedIn search operators make people search with a personal account – Business, Job Seeker, and Basic – comparable or better than the most expensive subscription, LinkedIn Recruiter. Let’s go over a comparison, operator by operator. headline: The operator works in LinkedIn Business (and Basic). The search for the headline
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Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the weekly TechCrunch series that recaps the latest in mobile OS news, mobile applications and the overall app economy. The app industry continues to grow, with a record 218 billion downloads and $143 billion in global consumer spend in 2020. Consumers last year also spent 3.5 trillion minutes using apps on Android devices
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Text Message Recruiting Software: A comprehensive review of the best platforms available According to FinancesOnline , 48% of global consumers prefer SMS as their source of brand updates. With the increased development of mobile applications comes the upgraded originality of the recruitment strategies. Proactive talent scouts should not miss the chance of text recruiting as an effective
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