- Since the beginning of 2018, the company has accomplished over 300% year over year revenue growth and is optimized for profitability for the Vietnam market in early 2021.
- Recruitment platform JobHopin announced it has closed its Series A round, bringing the Vietnam-based startup’s total capital raised to over US$3 million.
- In November 2018, JobHopin said it has raised US$710,000 in a seed round from KK Fund and Mynavi Corporation. Around the time, the startup said it has served over 500,000 jobseekers and 2,000 local enterprises.
- JobHopin has secured US$2.45 million in a Series A, co-led by SEMA Translink (South Korea) and KK Fund.
JobHopin, a startup that offers an Artificial Intelligence-powered online recruitment platform in Vietnam, has secured US$2.45 million in a Series A round of financing, co-led by SEMA Translink (South Korea) and KK Fund.
Mynavi Corporation, Edulab Capital Partners (Japan), NKC Asia (Japan), and Canaan Capital (China), besides several angels, including the CEO of Vietnam’s second-largest investment bank HSC and the CEO of Forbes Vietnam, also joined the round.
JobHopin has previously raised US$710,000, which brings its total fundraising to over US$3 million since inception.
Founded in 2017 by CEO Kevin Tung Nguyen, JobHopin’s matching platform, called Bunny, uses machine learning to pair candidates with jobs.
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