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New York, NEW YORK – Today, hackajob announced its official launch in India, expanding the leading tech talent marketplace beyond the United Kingdom and the United States, where it has become a coveted platform for connecting top employers with top tech talent.

The expansion to serve India was the next logical step for hackajob, considering the country’s deep pool of tech talent. To date, hackajob has built a network of more than 25,000 skilled engineers in its Indian network—which is growing rapidly. Now, hackajob customers can engage with the best tech talent that India has to offer, with the ability to post jobs across disciplines and regions for the ideal candidate match. 

“There is no doubt that the world of tech hiring is changing at a more rapid pace than at any point over the past decade,” said hackajob CEO Mark Chaffey. “As we continue our mission to empower great engineers to build the future at great companies, it is clear that to be successful in this mission, we need to become more global. Through the process of speaking to our customers, we are excited to launch India as a new market — one of the largest populations of technical talent on the planet.”   

The expansion into India was largely driven by demand from talent acquisition leaders asking for hackajob to add the Indian tech industry. These are industry experts who have recognized the vast benefits of the platform and know it will be leveraged extensively throughout India. This expansion also creates opportunities for U.K. and U.S. companies to diversify their talent pools. 

hackajob is an innovative two-sided marketplace that allows tech professionals to create an online profile, with interested companies applying to them instead of the other way around. It’s a platform built for active and passive job seekers who aren’t necessarily looking for a new job but are often being recruited and, therefore, keeping their options open. The company has expanded with $25M in Series B funding and is now being used by some powerhouse names, including Capgemini, Northrop Grumman, S&P Global, LexisNexis, and BBC.
For more information, visit https://hackajob.com/employer/india.  

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