HRTech startup Advantage Club to hire 100 people across Technology, Sales and Marketing in FY 21-22

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HRTech startup Advantage Club to hire 100 people across Technology, Sales and Marketing in FY 21-22
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  • Advantage Club to recruit 100 employees within this financial year i.e FY 21-22 across various domains like technology, sales, and marketing.
  • The company is also planning to hire a Global Enterprise Sales Head, Global Head of Marketing.
  • The Gurugram based company recently raised $1.7 million round funding from Y Combinator, Broom Ventures, Kunal Shah and others.
Advantage Club, a Gurugram-based Global Human Resources Tech startup, is planning to recruit 100 employees before March 2022. The company is looking forward to more than doubling its workforce to 170 employees in order to diversify its presence in international markets, especially in Southeast Asia, Middle East and North Africa and North America.

The key hiring will be done across key growth functions of technology, alliance and marketing to integrate and enhance the platform with multiple new products. The company is also planning to hire a Global Enterprise Sales Head, Global Head of Marketing and various techies and sales executives.

Advantage Club, which recently raised $1.7 million from Y Combinator, Broom Ventures, Kunal Shah and others, is a global Human Resources technology-based platform for employee engagement and financial wellness with benefits like perks, rewards, and early wage access.

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The company claims to have its presence in over 60 countries and has more than 370 clients including Maruti Suzuki, Concentrix, Teleperformance, Hexaware, EY, Target and many more.

Advantage Club is currently focusing on India, Southeast Asia, Middle East and North Africa and North America.

“We operate in an untapped $13 billion market that has ample growth opportunities yet to be realized. We are focused on expanding our operations across the world and adding more tech-led products and features,” said Sourabh Deorah, Co-founder and CEO at Advantage Club.

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“We believe there is a lot yet to be achieved, and we want to attract talent that wants to be a part of a Made in India journey that has the potential to disrupt the employee engagement sector not just in India but across the world,” he further added.

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