Seed Round Convertible Note
€500K target
17% equity
€3M pre-money
Refer Me Please is a market network used for job referrals across all roles, levels and geographies.
Job seekers connect to employees either by applying to a job posted by the employee or based on the company he works for. Both can monitor the referral process through a personal dashboard.
Next, companies will have the opportunity to track all their referrals thanks to an ATS.

Social networks are more and more used for career opportunities (LinkedIn and Facebook just to name the main). Job seekers use them to find jobs or to network, employees use it to find people for their company.
66% of employees have referred at least one person to an open position. 63% of employers follow a documented employee referral process, the remaining do it less formally. Because employees do not know sometimes someone to refer or vice versa for a job seeker, we expand their reach.

A referred candidate is cheaper to hire than a traditional candidate. If an agency charges a fee of 20% of a hire’s fi...
Refer Me Please is a market network used for job referrals across all roles, levels and geographies.
Job seekers connect to employees either by applying to a job posted by the employee or based on the company he works for. Both can monitor the referral process through a personal dashboard.
Next, companies will have the opportunity to track all their referrals thanks to an ATS.

Social networks are more and more used for career opportunities (LinkedIn and Facebook just to name the main). Job seekers use them to find jobs or to network, employees use it to find people for their company.
66% of employees have referred at least one person to an open position. 63% of employers follow a documented employee referral process, the remaining do it less formally. Because employees do not know sometimes someone to refer or vice versa for a job seeker, we expand their reach.

A referred candidate is cheaper to hire than a traditional candidate. If an agency charges a fee of 20% of a hire’s first year salary, that could be a $20.000 for a single hire. Even if a company gives a $2.000 referral bonus to the employee, that’s $18.000 savings. 76% of job seekers rank employee referrals even higher than LinkedIn. But referrals only works if you connect job seekers with employees from the company they want to work at.

We allow job seekers to get a foot in the door by connecting with employees and increase their chances of being hired.
Employees help their company find the best talent by making sure the candidate is a good fit to the company and has the necessary skills to perform well.
Companies hire at the lowest cost and in a more-efficient way by putting their employees on the front line and rewarding them if the referral leads to a hire.
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Jonathan Patrick Vice President of Finance at Cathedral Leasing

Refer Me Please strikes me as a highly necessary service. As a C-level executive at a financial services firm I am always on the lookout for new team members that come through employee referral. Without doubt I have to believe that go-to companies like Google agree that the best employees come via referral as well. Look no further than the culture at Zappos to validate this point. In his book Delivering Happiness author Tony Shieh talks about the importance of finding quality talent through internal referrals.

In addition I believe that Kevin Bosc has the experience (in fact he worked at Google) and has accomplished some significant milestones to solidify his ability to scale Refer Me Please with the right help.