Tech Talent Platform MVP Match For Matchmaking Fast-Growing Companies With Best Talent Nabs €5M

September 15, 2022 | 2 minutes read

Tech talent platform MVP Match sweeps funding of €5M to connect fast growing companies with the best tech talent.

Building the future of work, a marketplace MVP match  for connecting companies with the right talent nabbed funding of €5M. In an investment round led by US-based Stage 2 Capital. The startup has also announced a hub in Egypt which is the third opened following the company’s operations in Georgia and Portugal.

Rapid Increase in Tech Talent Platforms

Before MVP Match, another startup Kleoverse successfully gathered funding to transform the hiring process. With an increase in the number of workforce around the world, different technology startups with innovative solutions are popping up to act as liaison between companies and talent.  Some of the famous startups which have made their mark in the industry are RecruitLab and Jobbatical.

This rapid increase in the number of startups shows that the technology is going to take over the hiring process with its innovative software solutions and apps-that are definitely going to make the process efficient and easy.

Tech Talent Platform Connecting Talent With companies

MVP Match was founded by  Philipp Petrescu and  Levin Wense in 2020 in Berlin to connect the world’s best tech talent with the most ambitious companies. It aims to shape the global work environment, bringing inclusiveness and equity into recruitment. Thusly, making the process to approach tech talent much easier than ever before.

It assigns domain experts to find and match talent with the companies based on their requirements and needs. Via accuracy in matching, access to pre-vetted talent around the globe, and transparency of pricing. It makes sure that fast growing companies do not make hasty decisions and hire the best suitable candidate for the remote role.

Now with its hubs, the company will have access to  local pool and will be able to offer local talent better accessibility to global tech companies.