IamProgrez, an innovative Dutch startup and winner of the ‘BETT 2016 Innovation Award in Higher Education’, is revolutionizing the job recruitment market. Utilizing cutting-edge Gamification technology to accurately profile millennials entering the workforce the company makes matching job seekers with their ideal company frictionless.
“Using our gamification technology, we can now offer millennials – and all candidates looking to enter the workforce – a more streamlined and comprehensive way to connect with their dream job,” said Linda Frietman, Founder and CEO of IamProgrez. “Our user-friendly solution creates a more seamless connection between job seekers and potential employers, reducing recruitment time and more precisely pairing companies with their ideal candidate.”
With IamProgrez’s gamification technology, companies can inject their own corporate DNA into the recruitment process, delivering this generation of job seekers a faster and more fluid connection with their ideal job. IamProgrez utilizes cutting-edge technologies and intelligent big data analysis to deliver insightful profiles for better candidate-to-position matching. Their technology measures everything from candidates’ soft and hard job skills to company culture and work environment to ensure every business gets the employees they need.
The Gamification industry is rapidly growing, with an expected market valuation of $5.5 billion by 2018, according to the eLearningIndustry, with the largest market share expected in the U.S. followed by Europe.
IamProgrez was one of 30 companies selected out of nearly 3,500 Dutch startups to exhibit within the Holland Startup Pavilion in the Eureka Park Marketplace at CES 2017. These 30 innovative startups were chosen by StartupDelta, the Dutch private-public partnership headed by HRH Prince Constantijn.
Eureka Park is the exclusive startup destination at CES® 2017, showcasing over 600 entrepreneurs and startups. IamProgrez Founder and CEO Linda Frietman joins an elite list of female startup founders, as female founders make up close to only seven percent of exhibitors in Eureka Park. Since its start in 2012, startups within Eureka Park have raised more than $1 billion USD in funds.