Hired (hired.com) is a marketplace that matches tech talent with the world’s most innovative companies. Hired combines intelligent job matching with unbiased career counseling to help people find a job they love. Through Hired, job candidates and companies have transparency into salary offers, competing opportunities and job details. This level of insight is unmatched, making the recruiting process quicker and more efficient than ever before. Hired was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in San Francisco, with offices in the United States, Canada, France, and the UK. The company is backed by Lumia Capital, Sierra Ventures and other leading investors.
Matt previously co-founded the #1 marketplace for crowdsourced graphic design, 99designs. The company raised $35m from Accel, operates in 16 countries with offices on three continents, and won a Webby Award for “Best Web Service”. Mickiewicz was named to the Forbes “30 under 30” list. He has also co-founded Flippa.com which has sold over $100m in websites, taken home the Empact 100 award from the White House, and eaten a chocolate covered grasshopper.
Douglas Feirstein paved the way for "home-shoring", founding LiveOps.com which now hosts the largest at-home callcenter community of over 20,000 independent agents, answering over 100mm calls per year. LiveOps has been featured in two New York Times Best-Selling business books, "Drive" and "The 4-Hour Workweek", and has received over 50mm in capital from Menlo Ventures and Benchmark capital. Doug has also co-founded uSell.com, the Kayak.com for re-commercing, helping consumers sell their used technology. Doug is an avid startup advisor and angel investor.
Allan Grant has been passionate about software development since writing his first game at age 7. Between ages 13 and 18, Allan earned his 10,000 hours coding online games (in C) with thousands of players. In college, Allan founded a web development company, Webmasters International, and bootstrapped it to profitability with 50+ employees. Most recently, Allan co-founded Talkable, the leading social referral platform for ecommerce companies. Talkable is backed by YCombinator, 500Startups, and a group of prominent angel investors.