News: Advantage Club to hire 100 employees by the end of 2021

Talent Acquisition

Advantage Club to hire 100 employees by the end of 2021

The company is looking to hire across key growth functions of technology, alliances, marketing, and growth to support its plan to integrate and enhance its employee engagement platform with multiple products.
Advantage Club to hire 100 employees by the end of 2021

Advantage Club, a global HRTech startup that offers services in employee engagement and financial wellness, with benefits like perks, rewards, and early wage access on a single platform, is looking to add 100 more employees by the end of the 2021 fiscal year.

The company's plan is to hire 100 employees to ramp up its current employee strength of 70 to 170 by the end of the financial year 2021 to turbocharge its 20 percent month on month rate of growth, and expand its presence in international markets, especially SEA, MENA, and North America.

The company is looking to hire across key growth functions of technology, alliances, marketing, and growth to support its plan to integrate and enhance its employee engagement platform with multiple products, such as rewards, recognition, perks, and early wage access, across geographies to help firms engage with their employees and, at the same time, help employees build affinity towards their organization.

Sourabh Deorah, Co-founder and CEO at Advantage Club, said, "We operate in an untapped $13 Bn 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. 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."

"With the arrival of the pandemic, the work-from-home culture has increased the relevance of employee engagement. Also, as global borders thin down, today the requirement for a global engagement platform is growing and we are expanding to conquer new milestones. Furthermore, our clients are getting bigger; their employee base is expanding, and now seems like the right time to make sure that we're offering all the solutions that they need." he added.

The company recently raised $1.7Mn from Y Combinator, Broom ventures, Kunal Shah and others. The company’s current focus area is on India, SEA and MENA regions, chasing a $13Bn revenue opportunity.

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Topics: Talent Acquisition, #Hiring

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