Job Search and Educational Content Platform Jobsenz Chosen for Facebook’s FbStart Programme
Jobsenz, targeting the Indian, Sri Lankan, and Bangladeshi job and educational markets will now get a funding of $40,000 under the Facebook’s FbStart program. The program that was launched by Facebook in the year 2015, seeks to support mobile startups by providing various services and credits to build and grow their apps. Amazon, Dropbox, MailChimp, Coursera, App Annie, Twilio, Stripe and a long list of other Facebook partner networks will additionally support selected startups under the programme.
Monish Karam, an Indian youth started Jobsenz last year, which bases its operations in Singapore. The platform helps working professionals in job searches and students in searching for educational resource providers. There is a multi-lingual resume builder incorporated in Jobsenz that helps job seekers to create and download resumes.
Startups under the FbStart programme will be mentored by its experts and will also be privileged to get access to Facebook's exclusive community of developers and global events.GD Star Rating
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