Aqayo gives Asian startups one-year free access to recruiting software
January 7, 2013 by Terence LEE
If you own a startup in Asia, here’s a freebie for you. Aqayo, a Singapore-based company, is giving away one year’s worth of free access to its recruiting web app.
The service gives you the ability to engage in social recruiting via Linkedin, share job postings on multiple career websites, create a jobs board, and more. The app has been used by companies like Fujitsu, nubee, and Kraft Foods. There are three versions of the app, targeting startups, multi national corporations, and recruitment companies.
To qualify for the promotion, your organization must be for-profit, headquartered in Asia, and must either have at least 2 employees or founders (if your company was started no earlier than 2010) or have at least 10 employees (if your startup was started since 2009).
If you’re interested, head to this page and mention “Asian Startup” in the comments field.
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