Brussels-based company addresses growing demand for remote work positions with AI-powered platform and geo-targeting strategy.
Jobgether, a remote work start-up based in Brussels, has raised €1.4m ($1.6m) in seed funding to improve its talent acquisition strategy and aggregation capacity. Finance&invest.brussels, 4 Ventures, and undisclosed angel investors provided the funding. The company intends to focus on Europe and emerging markets.
Remote working positions account for over 50% of all job applications, as per a LinkedIn report from October 2022, and Jobgether aims to meet the rising demand for such roles. To simplify the process, the firm utilizes geo-targeting to identify authentic remote work opportunities for job seekers. Furthermore, the company deploys a 27-point AI-based evaluation system to score and identify the most flexible employers among those providing jobs.
Jobgether already serves one million monthly users and offers 60,000 remote positions, with plans to become the primary global platform for remote job searches while tackling the ongoing job crisis. Co-CEO and co-founder Arnaud Devigne states that “Jobgether aims to help bring work to the future by enabling employers to establish genuinely remote work cultures and for talent to find these positions efficiently.”