Talent Ninja seeks funding to find top talent

New Global Recruitment Software Seeks Funding To Help More Businesses Find Top Talent

The creators of game-changing recruitment software are seeking new investment as they tackle one of the biggest challenges businesses face today – finding the right employees.

Talent Ninja is a human resources (HR) recruitment tool allowing businesses to attract candidates from a range of sources by advertising vacancies on a huge selection of platforms, without the hassle or cost typically associated with doing so.

Through Talent Ninja, investors have the opportunity to put their money into a business taking a bite of the global HR software and platforms market, which is valued at more than $14 billion with an expected growth rate of over 6 per cent per year until 2020.

But the proposition also comes with the added bonus of tax relief of 50 per cent for UK investors, as it is eligible for The Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS).

Brett MacDonald, Founder of Talent Ninja, believes the company meets all the criteria of a sound investment as it has found a solution to a global recruitment problem and it is already proving popular not only in the UK and USA and Europe but in a variety of countries such as Malaysia, Singapore, South Africa, India, Australia and United Arab Emirates.

Brett, who is based in Sudbury, in Suffolk, said, “For a company to find the right person to join their team, they now need to be present in all the places that talent might be looking, which could be anywhere in the world. This is where Talent Ninja comes in. By signing up with us, employers can have access to a huge range of advertising platforms, without the headache of having to pick and choose which ones they want to use individually.”

Following the success of their soft launch in August 2016, with over 1,400 vacancies and 5,000 candidates looking for jobs already having used the software, the team behind the innovative recruitment tool are now seeking further investment. Their goal is to raise £100,000 so they can continue to increase its reach and client base, meaning it really will never have been easier for employers to find the right person for their organisation, quickly and cost-effectively.

To achieve this, Talent Ninja is launching a fundraising campaign on crowdfunding platform, Crowdcube. Crowdcube allows anyone to invest in businesses in exchange for equity – unlike many other crowd funding sites which incentivise donors through gifts.

MacDonald, a graduate of the University of Birmingham, who has 14 years’ experience in recruiting and talent management, added: “The success we have seen already since our soft launch not only demonstrates that our expert team really knows its stuff, but shows there is a real demand for what Talent Ninja can offer – and not just from within the UK either. Many of our clients are international companies who clearly appreciate how effective we are at helping them find the right candidates, wherever they might be.”

Talent Ninja’s Crowdcube campaign will go live today (Monday 20 February 2017 at www.crowdcube.com/companies/talent-ninja


Featured image: Andrés Álvarez Iglesias ninja.jpg-tm. CC License via Flickr.

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