New Player in Online Job Search

Moresco, Justin
March 2008
Red Herring;3/4/2008, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the seed round of financing by online job search startup RiseSmart. The company has secured a $1.5 million seed round to expand its services, which target high-wage earners. It describes the service being offered by RiseSmart. Some of its seed investors include Craig Stamm, a former executive of CareerBuilder.com and Headhunter.net, and Mark Mandan, founder and chief executive officer (CEO) of HRsmart. Examples of RiseSmart competitors are CareerBuilder.com, Monster.com, and ExecuNet.


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