In the current market climate, finding a job for a recent graduate has never been harder. Not only do they have to battle with poor economic conditions but also duel it out with other candidates in a perilous and exhaustive recruiting process. Poor devils.
Redefining the way that companies recruit top young talent, Tyba is your Bionic Hero for finding a job straight out of college. Founded by 3 university students who after months of pulling their hair out looking for jobs, Tyba is an online platform that exclusively matches companies to a huge pool of top young talent. The cloud based platform lets graduates create a profile representing their professional identify, filling out the usual suspects such as education, employment history and achievements but also with unique modules such as “Places I’ve Been” hence giving them the opportunity to stand out from the crowd.
Tyba has a network of over 120 scouts spread over 40 top European universities and has signed up over 5000 users around the world. Having recently launched their Recruitment tools feature, Tyba has now started the matchmaking process. Love is in the air! The new feature allows recruiters to access the candidates using filters and matching tools that increase the efficiency and accuracy of the fit.
“We envision a world where junior talent is scouted and valued based on tangible skills as well as intangible ones that will guarantee a perfect corporate fit. Tyba enables this evaluation in an intuitive and pleasant process”, says Eiso Kant, co-founder of the company.
So are the days of sending a thousand copies of your CV and hounding contacts on LinkedIn over? We hope so! So far Tyba has successfully connected candidates with 180 companies across Europe, with the ambition of replicating this throughout Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Latin America. And all of this is with zero marketing or sales expenses, pure WOM.
Tyba’s tools have received praise from large companies such as Deutsche Telekom, as well as the admiration of small and medium-sized businesses. Tyba is set out to expand the junior talent pool available to companies of all sizes and making the recruitment process a more pleasant experience. Combined with a very clean UI across all platforms I think they are off on a good foot.
Available in over 4 languages, Tyba’s goals is to be a global recruiting platform for young graduates worldwide . Winners of two prizes at IE venture day and the public vote at TNW Startup Rally Tyba is closing a 1.5MM series A round which will be used for German expansion followed by other European markets. They’re expanding their team from 11 to 25 25 people by the end of the year so if you are hot shit then you can contact Eiso here.