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German multi-million euro investment in the Viennese HR start-up JobRocker

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The company boasts a self-developed, innovative matching technology which, in the meantime, offers access to the best jobs which are not being publicly advertised to some 30,000 registered users. It also offers companies the capability to search for suitable candidates at a fixed price. With its more than 50 employees, the digital headhunting platform ranks among the fastest growing HR start-ups and personnel consultancies in Europe. JobRocker is making a profit, and the company secured millions in its first major round of financing. The lead investor is the Munich-based firm VC SURPLUS Invest. The founders continue to control more than three-quarters of the company. Surplus Invest acquired a stake of 11.04%. 

The capital injection is designed to finance the next steps. In addition to expanding the team by adding key positions as well as further developing the matching technology, an extensive marketing campaign will be rolled out in Austria and Germany. The Viennese headquarters are moving to new and larger quarters, and offices are being opened in Munich, Frankfurt and Berlin.

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