Tech Job Fairs

Lisbon is hosting some exciting new tech projects such as The Hub Creative do Beato – a 35,000-square-meter record-breaking incubator. Formerly a food factory, it is going to be transformed into a huge startup station. Volkswagen and Google are also driving toward the market. Volkswagen to set up a software development centre in Lisbon, which will employ 300 software engineers. Google will open a new support centre for Europe, Middle East and Africa in Oeiras on the outskirts of Lisbon, creating 500 tech jobs for highly-skilled workers. Portugal has competitive talent from top management, technical and design universities.

English is widely spoken alongside French and Spanish. Coding boot camps such as Academia de Código and Le Wagon are also creating a massive impact. Tech companies are unable to resist the highly qualified tech talent, the favourable business climate, funding opportunities and low rents. Grab yourself a ticket to the Lisbon Tech Job Fair here!

1. Networking

10 REASONS LISBON IS A TECH TALENT HUB

A culture of networking and cooperation characterizes Lisbon’s tech industry. The industry thrives off a competitive spirit in a friendly environment where the best companies recognize the value of sharing knowledge. These tech companies organize regular tech conferences and networking events and among these events is the Web summit held in Lisbon that has been happening for the last 10years. The Portuguese government agreed to pay €11 million to expand the venues and drive attendance up to 100000.

2. Venture Capital

10 REASONS LISBON IS A TECH TALENT HUB

Venture capital is all about building a balanced portfolio for companies, to help them grow onto the next stage. The European investment fund joined by other institutions and individuals through the tech facility, funds education and research institutions and has been backing most companies over the past few years in investment and mentorship. Last year Lisbon welcomed its highest ever number of Greenfield foreign investment in software and IT where ten projects were valued at $75million according to FDI markets.

3. Big Tech Brands

10 REASONS LISBON IS A TECH TALENT HUB

Many big brands from Mercedes to Google opened new technology-focused hubs in Portugal/Lisbon, Portugal, as a country has several policies that make it more friendly to run a business through its cities. These companies create hundreds of jobs and platforms for innovation from local talent and attract outside talent. It should be noted that 25% of foreign investment projects are foreign, and Lisbon has welcomed many startups in the last 2years according to the capital’s investment promotion and service agency.

4. Quality of Life

10 REASONS LISBON IS A TECH TALENT HUB

The cost of living in Lisbon is relatively affordable in a way that rent for both residential, and offices are relatively cheap despite the obvious growing demand for both. Lisbon has a safe, clean, eco-friendly vibrant city that creates a beautiful environment for employees to move into cities with affordable rent and attractions.

5. Talent Training

10 REASONS LISBON IS A TECH TALENT HUB

There’s a continuous flow of tech talent from various universities like the University of Portugal,  Broga-Based university in Minho. There’s an estimate of 90.000 graduates emerging from the country universities, over 40 courses offered in these universities which are relevant to a career in software development or technology plus a relationship with these universities. This, in turn, further boosts the entry of different nationals in these institutes to join the tech industry.

6. Salaries

10 REASONS LISBON IS A TECH TALENT HUB

The Portuguese tech talent still comes at a reasonably affordable price, and research suggests that a senior software engineer in Lisbon typically commands a salary of €32500. In contrast, in cities like Berlin, Paris, London, the same individual will cost anywhere between €50,000 and €60,000. Remuneration for tech professionals in Lisbon is not expected to go upward in the coming months and years, which creates time for new companies to take advantage of Lisbon’s low-cost tech talent pool.

7. Education System

10 REASONS LISBON IS A TECH TALENT HUB

Portugal has an excellent education system that fuels the country’s tech scene with young qualified talent. Universities in Portugal focus is equipping students with high tech skills. The country’s universities produce a high number of engineering per capita and qualified entry-level professional graduates each year from institutions like UpTech, institutions politecnico, Novo school of economics. More qualified Portuguese youth are choosing to study in Portugal as fresh graduates rather than hunting for jobs due to the booming Lisbon’s economy.

8. Government Support

10 REASONS LISBON IS A TECH TALENT HUB

The Portuguese government focused on the development of the current startup ecosystem, funding opportunities and internationalization as a strategy to encourage entrepreneurship. Through this initiative, startups can avail financial backing as an alternative to bank loans. In 2018, the government designed a program called “The startup” program to give new impetus, with strategies to help them overcome initial emerging challenges.

9. Tech Events

10 REASONS LISBON IS A TECH TALENT HUB

Lisbon hosts the largest technology conferences in the world which connects CEOs, founders, global leaders of companies, startups, influential investors and leading journalists. These events are packed with new ideas and fresh perspectives placed perfectly for any startup size. These also give extra visibility to emerging talent, for example, machine demos, a perfect chance for investors, new players, among others to meet and share new tech ideas.

10. Coworking Culture

10 REASONS LISBON IS A TECH TALENT HUB

Lisbon has hundreds of coworking spaces that provide the perfect environment to get inspired and get work done and incorporate fun while doing so. These spaces are open to people everywhere from freelancers, remote workers, entrepreneurs and digital nomads. These coworking spaces have a diverse bunch made up of countless professionals from dozens of countries and different walks of life. Coworking spaces in Lisbon are cheap with options that suit everyone like fixed desks, flexible hot desks, meeting rooms, fast internet and friendly tech and non-tech coworkers.

Looking for a job, your next co-founder, or recruiting your tech talent? Techmeetups presents the Lisbon Tech Job Fair tailored to these tech needs. Visit Tech Events for more information about the events and how you can get more out of the experience and also get yourself a ticket to an event!

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One week to go until Berlin Tech Job Fair Spring 2020. Are you excited to meet Europe’s leading and fast-rising tech companies? Make sure to join us on the 12th of this month at exactly 6 PM at The Drivery in Berlin. This is your opportunity to further your career in tech and improve your skills working for Europe’s top tech companies.

To help you prepare for your job interview, here’s a quick introduction about all the companies that will be joining us.

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1. XAIN

XAIN is an Artificial Intelligence company based in Berlin. They build solutions that bring enterprises to the forefront of AI utilization. They believe that the technological advancements of AI will bring tremendous value to humanity. Their company values are European, their benchmark is excellence, and their spirit is teamwork with fun.

2. Offerista Group

Berlin Tech Job Fair Spring 2020 - Offerista Group

Offerista Group is one of the leading digital marketing and advertising companies in Europe. As the number 1 partner for digital commercial marketing, they reach up to 39.5 million consumers each month and helps over-the-counter retailers receive more in-store visits through digital communication of services. They offer a workplace wherein employees can showcase their talents and develop themselves both professionally and personally.

3. Elopage

Berlin Tech Job Fair Spring 2020 - Elopage

Elopage is a software company that provides a SaaS-Platform for entrepreneurs to set up, sell and scale the business around digital products. Through their platform elopage.com, they enable entrepreneurs to quickly and easily build a profitable online business.

4. CleverShuttle

Berlin Tech Job Fair Spring 2020 - CleverShuttle

CleverShuttle is a ridepooling app company that provides affordable and eco-friendly door-to-door transportation. They are a pioneer in the German RidePooling market and has won the German Mobility Award in 2016. Their mission is to make cities a better place to live.

5. Kolibri Games

Berlin Tech Job Fair Spring 2020 - Kolibri Games

As a  rising and vibrant mobile gaming studio that aspires to be the most player-oriented company in the world, Kolibri Games focuses on interaction with their players and uses popular ideas from the community to further develop their games. They build highly effective teams of self-motivated people, empowered to take charge through a supportive atmosphere.

6. Homestory AG

Berlin Tech Job Fair Spring 2020 - Homestory AG

Homestory AG is a young company with the speed and innovative ability of the fintech industry. They benefit from the many years of experience and performance of their group of companies in the area of real estate financing for German and Austrian credit institutions.

7. Byrd

Berlin Tech Job Fair Spring 2020 - byrd

Byrd is a Vienna-based logistics startup that provides an e-commerce logistics platform giving online shops access to a scalable and powerful logistics solution. They are a smorgasbord of programmers, academics, logisticians, career changers and second-chance grabbers. What connects them? The joy of doing logistics digitally and solving problems at eye level.

8. HQ plus

Berlin Tech Job Fair Spring 2020 - HQ plus

HQ plus is a software company based in Berlin. Their innovative software, HQ revenue, was designed by hoteliers to improve the use of data and make pricing strategies more efficient. With over 2000 satisfied customers, they are the market leader in Europe today and are expanding worldwide.

Have you picked already the companies that you will be applying? We are looking forward to seeing you next week. Be sure to update your CV and do further background research about the companies you are interested in applying.

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London Tech Job Fair Spring 2020 Final

Barcelona is an emerging European centre for entrepreneurship and innovation. It has been the fifth-biggest European startup hub on EU-Startups ranking for four years. In 2018, Barcelona-based startups garnered the fifth-largest amount of total investment in Europe after London, Paris, Berlin and Stockholm. Barcelona is also founders’ preferred city for multiple reasons, including the quality of life, the relatively low rent prices and of course, the access to high-quality tech talent.

According to Mobile World Capital’s findings, Barcelona has the second-highest number of professional developers among all European cities, with 72,500 in total. This is partly Barcelona has attracted international 110 tech companies. Among which, a European unicorn N26 opened a development office in Barcelona, instantly creating hundreds of jobs and drawing attention to the city’s potential to provide and attract high-quality talent.

Get yourself a ticket to the Barcelona Tech Job Fair and get in touch with the city’s tech community.

1. Startup And Tech Community

10 REASONS BARCELONA IS A TECH TALENT HUB

Barcelona is South Europe’s most dynamic startup Ecosystem alongside Barcelona Tech City, it’s home to over 1,300 startups that mostly develop their activity in fields of life science (13%) and mobile & software technologies (11%). According to Barcelona and Catalonia startup Hub, over 13820 tech experts are employed in the Catalonia startup economy, 26% from abroad, 46% from western Europe and followed by South America, East Europe Asia, Africa and North America. It should also be noted that 15% of startup founders are international. Working in technology fields is what mostly attracts foreign talent in Barcelona with 27%  international employees developing their skills in this area followed by 22% in sales, 20% in management and 17% in operations.

2. Accessible Venture Capital

10 REASONS BARCELONA IS A TECH TALENT HUB

Barcelona is blessed with plenty of venture capital ready to be invested in the right startups situated in Barcelona. There’s also a growing interest from silicon valley based firms to invest in Barcelona startups. Venture capital includes; Abac capital, So capital, Sitak Capital Flint capital, Galdana ventures, Nero venture which is actively investing locally. There’s also an opportunity for Spain’s startups to compete for this Investment opportunity based on performance which drives hard work, creativity and employment opportunities.

3. Barcelona Activa

10 REASONS BARCELONA IS A TECH TALENT HUB

This is an organization in Barcelona with an objective of promoting the economic growth of Barcelona by providing advice, support and funds to startups and entrepreneurs in Barcelona. This organization provides entrepreneurs with informative sessions in various programs and business planning tools as part of their welcome offer in the Barcelona tech scene. It introduces entrepreneurs to the specific legal procedures of Barcelona and Spain, ranging from incorporation to taxing. They also offer a weekly program to entrepreneurs that help them offer companies renting in the same building Startups in their initial stage.

4. Leading Schools

10 REASONS BARCELONA IS A TECH TALENT HUB

Barcelona is provided with interns from the top ranking schools in Spain and Europe like ESADE, EADA & IESE that provide tech talent, mentorship and entrepreneurship skills. Renowned professors are brought in from all over the globe with enough knowledge to make money as advisory members and non-exclusive directors. Being a graduate from these schools is a quality label because graduates from these universities are known for their entrepreneurial spirit, great ideas, responsibility, organization and hard work.

5. International Business City

10 REASONS BARCELONA IS A TECH TALENT HUB

Barcelona is a truly international city with a population comprised of 30% foreigners, it’s also among the top cities in terms of events organization. Big brands like EO expanded to Barcelona, which makes the city foreigner-friendly since business activities are conducted in English. Almost every startup in Barcelona has an English speaking person who represents the company, leading innovation figures from the world are hosted in Barcelona regularly to share with entrepreneurs in Barcelona their predictions.

6. Growing Number of Co-working Space

10 REASONS BARCELONA IS A TECH TALENT HUB

Barcelona has more than 287 Co workings, and the number continues to grow rapidly with time. This gives it’s entrepreneurs and tech talent an amazing opportunity to meet other people, share ideas and come up with new inventions. Coworking is also cost-effective and promotes human interactions which attract digital freelancers and digital nomads from around the world to Barcelona.

7. Regular Events and Networking

10 REASONS BARCELONA IS A TECH TALENT HUB

Barcelona has hundreds of tech designers, and business events held almost every day and hundreds of venues where people come from all over the world to meet people they are interested in. These venues host huge Congresses about Big data, docker and small meetups about specific technologies and project management tools. Barcelona has outdone itself with startup events and tech meetups happening pretty much every single day in different parts of the city which attract innovators from different parts of the city to flood Barcelona. Startup Grind Barcelona is an event that gives a good grasp of the local tech scene and ground for developing business relationships. Other events include; Mobile World Congress, Smart City Expo World Congress, 4YFN.

8. Dedicated Tech City

10 REASONS BARCELONA IS A TECH TALENT HUB

El Poblenou is an old industrial area in Barcelona that’s being transformed into an urban centre of innovation called The 22@ Barcelona innovation district. It’s a city where the most innovative companies co-exist with research, training and tech transfer centres as well as having facilities and green areas. It’s a massive development zone taking over the entire southeastern quadrant of the city and is meant to become a home for knowledge related to new technology. This attracts startups to open their offices in this zone as well as co-working spaces and other services.

9. Quality of Life

10 REASONS BARCELONA IS A TECH TALENT HUB

Barcelona has an incomparable quality of life to many other European cities. Major tech hubs like London and Berlin give employees high salaries, but the cost of living is high, Barcelona has a much lower cost of living, access to good quality healthcare, education, travel connection and many others. Barcelona is also a place to enjoy life outside work without spending that much money. It has a lot of places to organize outdoor activities for the teams, spend some time together in an informal ambience and enjoy working with beautiful views.

10. Accelerators And Incubators.

10 REASONS BARCELONA IS A TECH TALENT HUB

Barcelona has a wide range of both incubators and accelerators that promote innovation in companies and help startups grow. Incubator programs include several forms of mentorship and support in early stages while business accelerators offer business advisory services to minimize errors from limited experience or management problems. Connector, Seedrocket, Startupbootcamp are some of the most notable accelerators in the Barcelona tech scene that provide mentorship and training to startups in their initial stage.

Looking for a job, your next co-founder, or recruiting your tech talent? Techmeetups presents the Barcelona Tech Job Fair tailored to these tech needs. Visit Tech Events for more information about the events and how you can get more out of the experience and also get yourself a ticket to an event!

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Mars Petcare is a growing segment of approximately 50 brands, made up of about 85,000 associates in more than 55 countries who serve the nutrition and health needs of dogs, cats, horses, fish and birds every day. It’s undeniable that Pets truly make the world a better place. This is why the group is inspired to make A Better World For Pets™, a world where they’re healthy, happy and welcome.

The 85,000 Petcare Associates spend their days considering the welfare of about the 400 million pets of the world and how to improve their lives. This involves everything from their nutrition through foods like; PEDIGREE®, WHISKAS® and ROYAL CANIN®, and high-quality medical care provided by; BANFIELD® Pet Hospitals, VCA® and AniCura. We are honoured to have the group join us for the London Tech Job Fair. Grab yourself a ticket here

Read below to find out more about Mars Petcare’s strategy for the digital transformation of the veterinary industry.

5 REASONS MARS PETCARE IS PUTTING DATA TALENT AT THE HEART OF ITS BUSINESS

1. Mars Petcare has a phenomenal data platform, and the huge potential of its data has resulted in a team dedicated to building this asset, expanding capabilities, and driving analytics. The platform currently holds data on almost 100M unique pets and is the only one of its kind. From veterinary appointments to medical records, activity data to DNA profiles, the richness of the information about pets is incredible.

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2. Having in-house skills dedicated to ensuring data is secure and advancing data capabilities is a real advantage. Every model, platform or system is designed with bespoke architecture specific to Mars Petcare’s needs, and its team has the skills to support and evolve the data ecosystem and processing technologies.

MARS PETCARE London Tech Job Fair Spring 2020

3. Data is driving the creation of new innovative products that are shaping the future of pet care. The company’s Whistle Fit dog activity trackers provide users with valuable data-driven insights that enable owners to better care for their dogs, and its latest release also offers custom nutrition recommendations. Mars Petcare owned Antech Diagnostics launched a new AI-driven diagnostic tool that can predict whether a cat will develop chronic kidney disease up to two years before traditional clinical diagnosis. This tool is the first of many predictive diagnostics in the pipeline.

MARS PETCARE London Tech Job Fair Spring 2020

4. Having such a rich data set provides a huge opportunity for new research. From understanding pet obesity and advancing pet health, to analysing shopper behaviour and identifying growth opportunities, the insights provided by Mars Petcare’s data platform are transforming the way it does business and improving the lives of pets everywhere.

5. Data and pets – need we say anymore?

Our Associates also think big, working to end pet homelessness and alleviate student debt for veterinarians. The WALTHAM Petcare Science Institute is also driving the innovations we need to improve pet health through nutrition, data and veterinary care.

MARS PETCARE London Tech Job Fair Spring 2020

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Exactly six more days to go before London Tech Job Fair Spring 2020. Have you prepared your CV already? Do you have a list of the companies you plan to apply to?

As much as we are excited to meet you, we don’t want you to come unprepared. Aside from updating your CV, you also need to do some research about the companies you will be applying to. To help you out, here is the list of companies who will be joining us next week.

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1. causaLens

causaLens - London Tech Job Fair Spring 2020

As deep-tech startup based in London, causaLens is currently building the next generation of predictive technology for complex and dynamic systems. They have been awarded as the Best Deeptech Company and Best Deep Tech Investment of 2019 and has won other prestigious awards in the AI industry. They accept applications from the brightest scientists and engineers all year round.

2. digital insight

Digital insight - London Tech Job Fair Spring 2020

They provide fast, comprehensive and automated research. Digital insight goes beyond negative news and sanction searches to bring you a rounded and unbiased view of people. They are a deeply technical start-up that rewards bright minds with hard problems. All of their employees own part of the company that they are building.

3. Workindenmark

Workindenmark - London Tech Job Fair Spring 2020

As the leading Danish agency for the labour market and recruitment, Workindenmark helps foreign workers to secure employment and establish a working life in Denmark. They have three centres, located in Copenhagen, Odense and Aarhus, which offer a series of recruitment services to employers and information and guidance to international job seekers.

4. Premier Group Recruitment

Premier Group Recruitment - London Tech Job Fair Spring 2020

They are a global privately owned recruitment agency, offering high-quality recruitment services to the whole of the UK, mainland Europe and the U.S. Premier Group Recruitment is an award-winning recruitment agency across the IT, Digital, Engineering & Finance industries.  Their employees are at the heart of their organisation and they’ll always strive to ensure their working environment is team-driven, competitive, but also lots of fun.

5. Labworks.io

Labworks.io - London Tech Job Fair Spring 2020

They are a Webby award-winning voice games studio based in London and Lithuania.  Labworks.io has a simple mission: to make Voice fun. They strongly believe that voice will be the main way that people interact with technology in the future but only if the user never has to fear being misunderstood.

6. MARS Petcare

MARS Petcare - London Tech Job Fair Spring 2020

As a leading veterinary health provider, MARS Petcare is committed to helping create a safe, healthy and sustainable world for their partners and the communities in which they operate. They are a growing segment of approximately 50 brands, made up of about 85,000 Associates in more than 55 countries who serve the nutrition and health needs of dogs, cats, horses, fish, and birds every day.

7. Altus Group Limited

Altus Group Limited - London Tech Job Fair Spring 2020

Altus Group is a global leader of software, data solutions and technology-enabled expert services for the commercial real estate industry. With 75 offices globally, 6,000+ software customers, 50,000+ services customers, and 2,500 employees, they are a trusted partner to the CRE industry, driving change through innovative solutions and expert advice.

8. Le Wagon

Le Wagon - London Tech Job Fair Spring 2020

Ranked as the world’s best coding boot camp, Le Wagon has enabled thousands of people to change their careers. Hundreds of people have graduated from Le Wagon London coding boot camp and have turned their dreams into reality. In addition to their coding boot camps, they host free evening workshops and entrepreneurial talks during the week that are open to all.

Partner:

Startup Ecosystem EU

As a supporter of the innovations that are shaping the European Startup Ecosystem, Startup Ecosystem EU offers actionable insights to grow and promote businesses while delivering quality customer experiences. Their executive team offers insight, experience, and a hands-on approach to cultivate early-stage concepts, products, and services into commercially successful business opportunities.

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Enabling efficient Human Resource Management for organizations is the core guide of daily work at Personio. This includes developing a holistic HR and applicant management software designed to give HR managers more time for tasks that create and maintain value. Personio has decided to champion the battle paperwork and never-ending, complicated Excel charts. The group has set itself the ambitious goal to foster the digitization of human resources departments in small and medium-sized enterprises. With their single software for all HR processes, it enables HR managers to focus more on valuable HR management. They are striving to be an active part of the HR management future and tailor their products to the needs of modern companies. We are proud to announce the innovative team will be joining us for the Munich Tech Job Fair. Grab yourself a ticket to the event here!

Who We Are

Personio was founded in 2015 by Hanno Renner, Roman Schumacher, Arseniy Vershinin and Ignaz Forstmeier. The management team has its roots at the Center for Digital Technology Management (CDTM) in Munich, a hub for a range of successful startups.

We are an ambitious, digital, and international team with 249 employees; our headquarters are located in Munich, Germany. We work in an analytic but creative manner and treat each other respectfully. Our culture is characterized by an open-minded but down to earth atmosphere.

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Writing Job Descriptions With Impact – Here Is How

The majority of job ads these days bore with uninspiring standard jargon that makes readers yawn, rather than triggering a flood of applications. As a result, great recruiting potential is being wasted. Here is how you can write job ads that are guaranteed to grab people’s attention and will appeal to the candidates you want.

Job ads are one of the most important tools in e-Recruiting. According to Statista, 34 percent of all new hires are found through online job portals, and roughly 30 percent through company websites. Despite these strong numbers, many companies do away with standard wording in their job ads. That’s a mistake!

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Writing Job Ads: It’s an HR Responsibility

The writing of job ads is an art in itself. They have to be catchy, fit the company, appeal to the right target audience and must not violate any laws. However, most advertisements are based on a template that was set up years ago and only requires the position title, job responsibilities and requirements to be entered. Often, HR will provide a template, and the relevant department enters the description, which is then published without being further reviewed.

This is a poor practice that can lead to having to sort through multiple applicants that have reacted to your vaguely worded ad but are not suitable.

Writing Job Ads: Five Easy Tricks

What can you do to make your job ad stand out from the crowd and attract qualified, suitable applicants? The following tips will help:

1. Concise Job Title

The job title is critical for potential applicants to find your advertisement using search engines and on online job portals. Formulate a title, 10 to 80 characters in length, and use common position titles that are as accurate as possible. Ask yourself: Which term would an applicant I want to appeal to enter in a search field?

For example: If an “Online Marketing Manager” is hired to primarily look after social media profiles, would “Social Media Manager” not be more suitable as a title? Is “Inside Sales Manager” actually a known term to my target audience, or would “Sales Manager (Back Office)”  be better? Nobody searches the internet for “Sales Ninja” or “Customer Guru.” These titles may sound creative – but wouldn’t job hunters much rather search along the lines of “call centre/customer service employee”?

Important: We are talking here about the job title, not the job description itself. In the description, in contrast, you can and should be creative to make an impact. The “Sales Ninja” or “Customer Guru” for example may appear in the first paragraph as you describe your dream candidate. A good example of this can be found on the career page of video production firm Mynd. While they kept the job titles concise, the wording in the first paragraphs is more abstract and customised, and it provides a sense of the company’s culture.

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2. An Attention-Grabbing First Paragraph

The first paragraph decides whether the job seeker will continue to read or click the “Back” button to move on to the next ad. So, pay particular attention to this paragraph when writing your ad.

Sentences like “We are looking to fill the position of…” or the usual standard company description will not spark interest. Instead, use this space to state the strongest and most interesting arguments that speak for your company and this position. Think about what points would grab the attention of your ideal applicant.

3. Complete And Accurate Job Description

Be honest and concrete as you describe the responsibilities of the position. Applicants should get a clear picture of what awaits them, what their typical workday would look like, whether they are required to travel, can organise their work independently, or are expected to fulfil set quotas. If their work largely consists of routine duties, don’t promise “exciting and varied” tasks or a “high level of own responsibility.”

State the scope of their authority and responsibilities, particularly with executive positions. In which areas will the candidates have decision-making authority? Who will be reporting to them? Is the responsibility for sales and/or personnel part of the position?

A perceived 99 per cent of all job ads are missing the information where a position is actually located in the company organisation, and what the team and management structure looks like.

These aspects are extremely important, especially to young, qualified Gen-Y applicants. They want to know: Will they just be a small cog in a big wheel of teams and have to follow the “chain of command”? Can they work with other teams, will they have contact with management and be able to contribute their ideas? Everyone has “flat hierarchies,” it seems. Describe these points concretely to appeal to applicants who will feel comfortable in your organisation and have the right expectations.

4. Realistic Job Requirements

List the required skills, training qualifications, certifications and minimum job experience. Rather than saying “initial” or “several years of” experience, state your requirements in the job ad more concretely, e.g. “minimum one year” or “three to five years.”

Don’t forget to mention qualifications that are desirable but not necessarily crucial (i.e. nice to have). Make a clear distinction between these and your minimum requirements. The term “ideally” is not necessarily an elegant way to say it – but is understood by applicants.

Be realistic. There is no such thing as a “young and dynamic team player with at least 20 years of experience.” Particularly when using templates, you should review the job requirements for each position. Does the candidate really need to have foreign language skills? Is experience with a specific software a must? Or could the new hire also be trained to use it? Does it really need to be said in every job description that the candidate should be a “team player” and “able to work under pressure”?

Make it clear which qualifications you expect, and who should not apply – but without scaring off suitable candidates by putting too much emphasis on your dream image. The basis for a good requirement profile is that an in-depth conversation takes place between the relevant department that hires and HR.

5. Providing A Sense If The Company Culture

Your company culture should be reflected in all areas of the job ad – from content through to wording. A description of your company, the (additional) benefits that are offered to employees, as well as an outlook on future development opportunities are a must in every job ad. The purpose here is much more than just information.

Applicants shall be enabled to assess whether they can identify with your business, can see themselves in it and would feel comfortable. Does it feel like a competitive environment or more like a family? Do your company value sustainability and social responsibility? Is it family-friendly? Will the employee be fostered and given room to develop?

Use the requirement profile to sift out unqualified applicants. If you then also convey an attractive and authentic reflection of your company, you will be appealing to exactly those applicants that will fit your organisation and want to stay with you long-term. You will distinguish yourself from the competition and give applicants reasons to choose you over others.

Other Important Aspects When Writing A Job Ad

Completeness: Be sure to cover all the required information in your job ad. Sounds trivial, but given the amount of details, it is easy to overlook something.

Salary: True to the motto “One doesn’t talk about money,” the job ads of German companies rarely contain salary details. However, in many other countries, it is common to at least state a salary range. Think about whether you want to make use of this feature and stand out from the crowd this way. This would also help you avoid spending unnecessary resources and time on applicants who have salary expectations beyond your budget.

Professional perspectives: Don’t just put requirements on your applicants. Offer them an outlook, too – on learning potential. Which skills will they gain through the position? What career perspectives can they expect in the long term? This will give applicants an even more accurate picture of the position. And you will win by getting more suitable candidates because you will primarily attract people who have the desire to tap exactly this learning potential.

Discriminatory wording: According to the German General Equal Treatment Act (AGG), job postings must never make reference to gender, race or ethnic background, religion or ideology, disability, age or sexual identity. At least when these criteria are not explicitly required to carry out the activity. This goes a lot further than just the use of gender-neutral forms with job titles, such as the ever-present “(m/f)”. For example, you can put “fluent German” as a requirement, but not “native German language skills.”

Nowadays, many companies even have their job advertisements written by external copywriters. If you have a hard time creating succinct and catchy job descriptions, why not get help.

Nothing But Outstanding Job Ads!

You want to have qualified employees who inspire and stand out from the crowd? Then your job ads should do the same. Job ads are the first form of contact with your company for many potential candidates. They determine whether the right or the wrong people will apply (or even no one at all). Don’t think of writing job ads as just another routine task, and don’t leave your departments alone with it.

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Digitalization presents companies with completely new challenges. New business models and markets are emerging at high speed. Existing companies and their business models are increasingly threatened by new competitors. As a result, companies must transform digitally in order to continue to be successful in the future. A pragmatic “digital strategy” is required. Information technology (IT) plays a crucial role in securing existing business with a “digital update” and trying out new business models for the future, ie daring to do the “digital new”. Have you already created the conditions for digital change? Are you “digital-ready?” FME AG is here to make your business’s digital transformation as smooth as can be, and we are proud to announce that the team will be joining us for the Munich Tech Job Fair. Grab yourself a ticket here

We Are Fme

Since our foundation in 1995, we have grown to our current size and are firmly established in the IT industry. The name fme is no coincidence but is an acronym for the names of our founders: Frank Mittelstaedt and Michael Engelen.

As a partner for digital transformation, we help our customers to advance digitization and to master the associated special challenges.

We advise our customers as business partners and develop strategies together to meet the various requirements of the digital future. Technologically, we rely on enterprise content systems, cloud computing or business intelligence software.

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We Are Farmers

We are passionate about our tasks and live our culture. Team fit is particularly important to us – this is why the entire interview team decides who will join the fme family. Once we have decided for each other, we put full heart into your individual onboarding. Our team looks forward to people from different cultures and sees new team members as a great asset. So that you can experience the fme feeling right from the start, we start our exchange directly in the “you” – that is simply fme.

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Our Services and Products

IT has to answer important questions: What do we do ourselves, what do we consume from the cloud? Are we innovators in the company and what contribution do we make to the overall product? “Digital Infrastructure” helps the IT sector to become the pacemaker of digital transformation.

In addition to the business model, the cultural change of companies is the most important building block for a successful digital transformation. Speed, agility, creativity, innovation, networking and experimentation form the foundation of culture for successful companies in the digital age. We help you to understand the challenges of digitization and jointly develop strategies for a successful future. Our technology experts support you in the implementation and ensure that strategies also lead to results. Our consultants accompany your cultural change and show you how to embed new paths and ideas in your company – only if everyone pulls together is the “digital change” sustainable and successful.

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And of course, we also help you in individual areas: Do you want to revolutionize your planning or bring your internal communication forward with a social business collaboration platform? Do you need a change management team for a specific project? Are you looking for a consultant to help you manage your digitization initiatives? Our competent specialists will be happy to help you.

Consulting

We help you to understand the challenges of digitization and jointly develop strategies for a successful future.

Program & project management

We support you in the coordination, control and monitoring of your projects in order to advance your digitization.

Enterprise content management

Revolutionize the way you access, manage, and deliver your business content to save time, money, and effort.

Business intelligence

Gain valuable insights into your company data to make well-founded operational and strategic decisions.

Social Business Collaboration (SBC)

Work electronically on projects with different people and teams to optimize your communication potential.

Cloud computing

Rely on cloud-based environments to better manage the huge amounts of data from big data technologies and to use them optimally.

Custom software

Let us develop the software solutions you need to complete your standard software in the best possible way.

Change management & e-learning

With our help, actively involve your employees in change processes and create the basis for your successful cultural change.

Application Management Services (AMS)

Send us the support and maintenance of your ECM applications and benefit from our service.

We look forward to your challenges. Let’s go into the digital future together!

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London is the leading global hub for fintech with more than half of the 2017 FinTech50 hottest fintech start-ups based in the city. For a while, the great financial institutions of the City of London have commandeered the capital’s growth, but for the last few decades almost all of the trades and services that are offered in the city have been conducted using the latest technology, chiefly over computer networks. Therefore, technology and innovation are at the forefront of what London is offering the world as a global city. That being said, the technology sector is not just a service industry to the financial service giants, it is an important part of the economy of the capital in its own right and because of this the city of London is seeing growth in Tech Talent within its tech structures for a number of reasons. Grab yourself a ticket here to The London Tech Job Fair.

1. Tech Community

The UK is the second best country in Europe for tech startups according to Nimblefin and Tech Nation data showed that London has created more unicorns than any other city, 13 new billion dollar startups were created in the previous 12 months. With tech power stations like Silicon Roundabout and Tech City, London makes a statement as a home to great tech talent in all clusters of hi-tech, smart startups and others.

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2. High Profile Tech Companies and Organization

London is the top most attractive destination for tech workers with 357900 workers across the capital. This attracts some of the largest technology companies to take advantage of London’s concentration of software developers, the likes of Amazon Facebook, Google, Yoox, Net-A-Porter in the UK capital. Technology companies are not just located in these specialist clusters. They are dotted all over the city. The West End has a particularly good track record of being the home to trendy online brands which appeal to young people, especially with new media streaming services. Google made their London headquarters in Tech City as well as Facebook.

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3. Investment Profile

Research shows that London based tech businesses continue to dominate the European tech investment particularly in London with £1.8bn (72%) of the total £2.49bn raised by British tech firms according to London & partners and pitch book. Venture capitalists bet on new technology companies in the UK capital again and again so that, as a whole, they received in excess of $1 billion in new funding. This means that the lifeline of innovation, capital investment, is being met and that investors view the city as one that will produce the major digital companies of the future.

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4. Conditions of Living

Fabrizio Nichols-Giadaro pointed out cheap property as the biggest draw for startup which has made east London so popular “york” also provides one of the lowest commercial vacancy rates in the UK capital as well as the co-working spaces where relationship can thrive since collaboration is key in bringing products and services to the market.

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5. Flexibility, Variety of Tech ventures and Government support

A significant number of venture firms provide funding to support London tech businesses, a variety of tech ventures continue to be the forefront providers of finances to some of the world’s most innovative companies like Skype Spotify, Revolt to mention but a few. From Edtech, Medtech, Adtech, to Fintech, there is room for techventure and participation. Games programmers can be found in all parts of the city, but they tend to be grouped around Southwark and Shoreditch.

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 Government support

The government offers several routes of support for startup for example startup loans scheme which offer loans of up to £25,000 at a fixed interest rate of six percent per annum for new business ideas. The government has sought to copy the success of Tech City elsewhere. MediaCityUK, which is in Manchester, is one of the first attempts to reproduce the success of the London hub. However, the Greater London Authority is also looking to replay its own success with another cluster tech hub in East London.

6. Tech Education Systems and Structures

There is sponsorship from top-class academic institutions, like Imperial College London and University College London toward Tech City. The Education and Technology MA is based at UCL’s Knowledge Lab, a ground-breaking research centre that uses the latest evidence to design and implement innovative educational technology and pedagogies. Supported by scientists from a wide range of fields including education, sociology and computer science, you will develop the methodological skills to design, use and critically appraise ‘EdTech’ across a wide range of settings.

7. Co-working culture

According to the latest data, London dominates the world market, accounting for 22% of global co-working spaces from Co-working Resource data, 48 new working spaces have opened in London since the beginning of 2019 more than new York, The biggest brands have also chosen London with an average opening every month which makes London a fast growing diverse business ecosystem for technology.

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8. Local Economy

According to the report published by Tech Nation shows that Tech expanded by 2.6 times faster than the rest of the UK’s economy in 2018, London ranks second most connected place for Tech world after Silicon Valley and the growth is not only limited to London but 16 other towns in the UK. Because London relies on its financial sector so much, it has invested heavily in its communications infrastructure, and continues to do so, under the auspices of its private IT sector and other partners, such as the Greater London Authority and the Corporation of the City of London.

9. Featured Attractions and Incentives

There’s a range of investment from companies like scod enterprise investment scheme (SEIS) which offers tax reliefs to individual investors, soft support from Tech London that offers advice on setting up in the capital (London) including local workspace event membership programs. Foreign workers can also apply for an innovator visa if their idea is endorsed and approved by the body.

The UK government is also set to invest £1.9bn in its National Cyber Security Strategy (2016) over five years and created the London Office For Rapid Cybersecurity Advancement (LORCA), funded by the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport and supported by Lloyds Banking Group and the cyber accelerator programme Cylon.

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10. Tech Events

With a week-long series of events held each summer in the UK’s capital that are devoted to the technology industry, it is obvious that London is firmly behind the development of this sector. Technology brands like HITECH Europe deliver superior exhibition, educational and networking events that are presented by industry experts that provide practice and training on crucial and trending topics of interest. Events like The London Tech show by cloud & cyber security expo, The Cloud Computing World Forum highlights the latest trends and happenings in the world of cloud computing. The Operations Support System (OSS) / Business Support System (BSS) World Summit, London also hosts many world famous tech related conferences regularly such as the M2M World Congress, London Technology Week, SMi’s Annual Cyber Defence and the Green Data Centre Conference and Exhibition.

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Wild Code School, the leading web programming and development school in Europe, has launched its second Bootcamp with a new call for students in its newly opened campus in Madrid. In association with Techmeetups, Wild Code will be hosting the Madrid Tech Job Fair grab yourself a ticket here!

To celebrate the good reception of the school in the Spanish capital, Wild Code School has invited several experts to a round table to discuss the skills of the worker of the future, both digital and soft skills. The event was attended by the following expert speakers in the field: Anna Stépanoff, CEO of Wild Code School; Catalina Díez, Head of Talent Strategy at Manpower; Neus Portas, Director of Learnability Hub; and Jorge Gil, General Director of IDC Research Spain. The round table has been moderated by Quino Fernández, CEO of Conector Startup Accelerator.

After welcoming the participants, Anna Stépanoff thanked the excellent reception of Wild Code School in Spain, and stressed that it is the only country, with the exception of France, where they have two campuses (Barcelona and Madrid). Stépanoff has highlighted the rapid expansion of Wild Code School in Europe with a network of 24 centres, which is, in her opinion, “due to its own unique methodology, since the programming and data analysis courses are focused on Real practice and career.”  90% of our students get a job improvement or a first job in the field of programming, ”she stressed.

Wild Code School is a European network of technology campuses that offers an intensive program in five months and 712 hours, for the web development course, that is, programming applied to the development of web pages and underlying structures, with a special factor that differentiates it from other centres, as it embarks students on “real projects”, where they work from day one with associated companies in the development of small technologies, thus becoming familiar with the work for projects on demand, such as in a real environment.

The school is committed to professionals and companies to meet the need for preparation of the former and the increasingly high demand for talent from the latter. For this, and in a few months, it trains operational professionals, adapted to technological changes thanks to the practical approach and the real projects that the students carry out during the training.

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Actyx’s mission is programming collaborative systems for machines and humans. Machines and humans work together with increasing autonomy and their interaction creates tremendous value which is why Actyx creates the tools to construct this collaboration. The smartphone has become a daily companion and so will the machine working next to you. For operational value and boosting teamwork, we must communicate horizontally with our neighbors, be that in physical proximity or when collaborating on the same task. Two of their famous products facilitate the company’s mission to provide a simless technical control in the workplace; ActyxOS – a multi-device operating system and Actyx Pond – a typescript framework for writing distributed apps.

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The case for a step-by-step digitization journey

Achieving Industry 4.0 requires much more than simply connecting all your factory’s devices to the internet. It’s a process that requires an entirely new approach to business and operational processes, enabled by robust technologies. Acatech’s Industry 4.0 Maturity Index offers an excellent means for visualizing the process of digitalization, which illustrates it as a series of steps.

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Many manufacturing SMEs are ready to tackle that first step, digitization (also known as digital enablement).  Just as the entire journey to Industry 4.0 can be broken down into discrete steps, digitization should also be achieved step by step, rather than all at once. This approach is an ideal way to proactively manage the implementation of Industry 4.0 technologies for multiple reasons.

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Acatech’s model for achieving Industry 4.0 presents the process as a gradual one, with distinct steps.

More than merely an IT project

The journey toward Industry 4.0 requires more than just an IT project. Although Industry 4.0 might be enabled by a variety of hardware and software, the success of an Industry 4.0 initiative relies on the organization’s ability to change its business processes.

Take, for example, the automation of machine data collection, a common first step in digitization. This can help a maintenance team transition from preventative maintenance (which often requires unnecessary scheduled downtime) to predictive maintenance, an approach where machines receive maintenance only when the data reveals an operational irregularity.

Thus it is important to consider each Industry 4.0 initiative as a dual-pronged endeavor: you are introducing both a new technology and a new technology-enabled business process. Tackling digitization one step at a time makes it easier to successfully navigate both these aspects of the initiative simultaneously.

Critical role of user acceptance

With any IT project, success depends on end users. Do they understand the purpose of the new technology? Are they enthusiastic about using it? Do they understand how to use it effectively and efficiently, with a reasonable amount of training? And temporary workers, who are vital to manufacturing operations, quickly adopt the technology on the production line?

These same questions certainly apply to Industry 4.0 technologies. Furthermore, Industry 4.0 technologies may be perceived as a threat by line workers, who might fear that they will lose hours due to increased production efficiency, or even literally be replaced by robots.

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Overcoming these potential issues requires a robust change management strategy that places user acceptance at its center. The introduction of too many new initiatives can undermine them all by overwhelming users with too many changes at one time. In contrast, the thoughtful, seamless implementation of a single Industry 4.0 effort can help end users understand the benefits of the new technology and make them more enthusiastic for the next initiative. This approach also precludes some of the usual issues that plague big IT projects–such as implementation delays, regular interruptions, and bugs–that can negatively impact user acceptance.

Potential for quick wins

A smaller project is more likely than a larger project to be completed on time, stay within budget, and produce the desired outcome. That alone can be sufficient reason to take digitization one step at a time. Moreover, an incremental approach also provides an opportunity to achieve a quick win that can then be scaled across the organization. For instance, the implementation of manual work logging might immediately help identify bottlenecks–reducing lead times, improving OEE, and increasing on-time deliveries.

The key to attaining meaningful quick wins is to focus on a specific business problem or use case, and choose an appropriate technology to address it. A contract packaging organization might concentrate on the challenge of increasing machine uptime in a production environment that calls for frequent setups and job changes. Conversely, a glass manufacturer might look to reduce parameter variations that negatively impact quality.

Best practices for the first steps on the journey to Industry 4.0

Embracing Industry 4.0 currently offers a competitive advantage in many sectors of the manufacturing industry, but soon it will become necessary for manufacturers’ survival. Now is the time for SMEs to begin that journey. Keeping a few best practices in mind can increase the odds of successfully progressing toward Industry 4.0.

  • Choose a business problem you can solve quickly without breaking the bank. Start conservatively not only with the scope of your project, but also with your budget. This way you can minimize the financial risk of the project, while also demonstrating ROI almost immediately.
  • Define the full scope of the project. Remember that scope includes implementing not only new technology, but also the connected business processes.
  • Be realistic about potential benefits, including ROI. Before embarking on any Industry 4.0 project, take some time to determine the benefits of the project and calculate the ROI. Be sure to translate operational value into business value and vice versa, so all stakeholders will have meaningful goals and metrics for the project.
  • Evaluate actual benefits and ROI and adjust accordingly. Compare the expected outcomes to the actual outcomes. Adjust your plan based on the actual benefits realized by the project.
  • Scale through iterations. Once the initial project has proven successful, the organization can digitally scale and achieve a first step in end-to-end digitization.

Easing into Industry 4.0 incrementally is ideal because a step-by-step approach allows room for changing business processes, ensuring user acceptance, and enjoying quick wins.

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StepStone is a group of leading job boards all over the world. With their job site brands, they make sure the right candidates find the right job with the right employer. On a global level, StepStone operates several job boards and niche job boards.

More than 60,000 companies use StepStone job boards successfully for the recruitment of qualified specialists and executive staff. Founded in 1996, StepStone is one of the most successful online job board businesses today. Operating over 10 top brands with 72 million visits and nearly 9 million jobs per month.

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Check out the company’s study on salary and expenditure across cities in Germany

Salary: East vs. west

Thursday marks the 29th anniversary of German Unity Day. The unification agreement of October 3, 1990, was intended to standardize living conditions in East and West Germany. However, skilled workers in the eastern federal states still earn significantly less than in the west.

Skilled labour demand as an important factor

While the gross average salary for a specialist in western Germany is currently 60,900 euros, her equivalent in the east earns an average of 48,900 euros annually – that’s around 20 per cent less. There is even a 22,000 euro difference between Hesse, the state with the highest average salary in Germany (65,800 euros), and Saxony-Anhalt (43,800 euros). “The wage gap between East and West Germany can be explained primarily by the demand for skilled workers. In federal states such as Hesse or Baden-Württemberg, around four times as many skilled workers were sought in 2019 as in Saxony-Anhalt, for example,”says Dr Anastasia Hermann, Head of Research at StepStone.

No east-west divide in the relationship between income and rent

But professionals in East Germany not only earn less but they usually also have to spend less on rent. StepStone not only evaluated the average salaries but also in cooperation with the real estate portal immowelt.de also the average rents in 384 urban and rural districts in Germany.

The analysis shows that the share of the salary that has to be invested in rent is 19.2 per cent on average in the ten largest cities in eastern Germany. In the largest cities in the west, this share is almost the same at 18.9 per cent. However, the distances between the individual cities are sometimes large, both in the east and in the west: for example, while 29.5 per cent of the salary goes into living in Munich, it is just 15.4 per cent in Hanover and only 16.3 in Düsseldorf Percent.

Berlin is the frontrunner in the east: 23.4 per cent of the salary has to be spent on the rent – however, due to its history, Germany’s capital is an exception among cities in eastern Germany, both in terms of salaries and in terms of rents. But also in Potsdam (23 per cent) and Rostock (22.7 per cent), a relatively large proportion of the salary goes into rent. In Chemnitz and Magdeburg, on the other hand, skilled workers with 13.7 and 13.8 per cent of the salary have to spend significantly less on living.

Overview of the relationship between salary and rent in the 10 largest cities in East and West Germany:

East

City – asking rent net cold in 2018 (apartment 80-100 m2) per month median – the average salary for specialists and managers per year – Share of annual rent in gross annual income

Berlin 1,010 euros 51,700 euros 24.4%

Leipzig 620 euros 36,300 euros 20.5%

Dresden 700 euros 45,200 euros 18.6%

Erfurt 680 euros 44,300 euros 18.4%

Chemnitz 460 euros 40,200 euros 13.7%

Magdeburg 530 euros 46,000 euros 13.8%

Halle an der Saale 560 euros 41,600 euros 16.2%

Jena 840 euros 47,000 euros 21.4%

Rostock 800 euros 42,300 euros 22.7%

Potsdam 900 euros 46,900 euros 23%

West

City / district – asking rent in 2018 (apartment 80-100 m2) per month in median – average salary for specialists and managers per year – Share of annual rent in gross annual income

Frankfurt am Main 1,190 euros 69,700 euros 20.5%

Hanover 690 euros 53,900 euros 15.4%

Stuttgart 1,100 euros 65,800 euros 20.1%

Munich 1,500 euros 61,100 euros 29.5%

Düsseldorf 870 euros 64,000 euros 16.3%

Cologne 900 euros 60,000 euros 18%

Essen 590 euros 58,300 euros 12.1%

Hamburg 1,080 euros 58,000 euros 22.3%

Nuremberg 860 euros 57,400 euros 18%

Bremen 780 euros 56,100 euros 16.7%

About the StepStone salary planner

The database for the calculation of average salaries was the StepStone salary planner, which is based on more than 138,000 data records. Salaries correspond to the average of the city and rural districts mentioned in the period from October 2017 to March 2019. For the StepStone salary planner, job experts and market researchers have developed an algorithm that is based on the most important salary drivers (e.g. industry, job, experience) provides an accurate forecast of personal salary levels. Further information at www.stepstone.de/gehaltsplaner

Calculation basis

The database for the calculation of rental prices in the selected German city and rural districts were offers advertised on immowelt.de. Only the offers that were increasingly in demand were taken into account. The prices are offer prices, not final prices. The prices reflect the median of the apartments offered in 2018 with a living space between 80 and 100 square meters. The median is the average value of the offer prices. The rental prices are net cold rent for new rentals.

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Codeworks immersive programs let you master Software Engineering and push your learning capabilities to the limit. The school started in 2016, and since then has progressively grown a reputation as one of the best coding academies in the world. Codeworks is in partnership with Techmeetups for the Barcelona Tech Job Fair 2020  and the team will be joining us. Grab yourself a ticket Here!

They provide remote and on-site programs and launching several new locations across Europe and America. Their 8-week and 12-week courses give you solid Software Engineering foundations, a professional understanding of the latest full-stack JavaScript technologies, and hands-on experience with a portfolio of apps that you build. Payment plans include the possibility to finance your tuition and to pay only once you sign a satisfying job offer.

Codeworks outcomes are impressive, with a 100% hiring rate for their flagship program, and graduate salaries that are 27% higher than the industry average. The school perks include lifelong career support, a global network of hiring partners, and a rich international alumni community.

The admission process is quite selective, but if you have no previous coding experience you can maximize your chances of being accepted by attending their free online introductory course, followed by their Bootcamp prep with remote instructors live mentoring.

Special offer for Tech Meetup readers: get a discount of up to $500! Browse Codeworks courses through their website and apply through this link to get the discount (offer valid until the end of March 2020, for students who choose the upfront payment option)

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StepStone is a group of leading job boards all over the world. With their job site brands, they make sure the right candidates find the right job with the right employer. On a global level, StepStone operates several job boards and niche job boards.

More than 60,000 companies use StepStone job boards successfully for the recruitment of qualified specialists and executive staff. Founded in 1996, StepStone is one of the most successful online job board businesses today. Operating over 10 top brands with 72 million visits and nearly 9 million jobs per month.

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Check out their analysis on the causes of fallouts between professionals and employment

The 8 most frequent reasons for termination

What has actually caused professionals in Germany to leave their last employer? These are the eight most common causes of termination:

Reason 1: Too low payment

Although interviewees were able to cite several reasons for dismissal in the study, only about four out of ten professionals (39.7 per cent) reported the salary. 79 per cent of specialists assume that they will earn more after a job change than before – this is shown by the StepStone study

“Salary negotiations in Germany”.

“Paying is important, but it’s only one of many factors that are crucial to job satisfaction,” says Inga Rottländer, Career Expert at StepStone. “Anyone who changes jobs should therefore not only pay attention to the salary but also whether they can feel comfortable and develop themselves with the new employer.”

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Reason 2: Bad working environment

Nasty colleagues, an unfriendly boss – who wants to go to work with abdominal pain? No wonder that a bad working environment of 37.4 per cent of the respondents was named as the cause of termination and thus almost on par with a low salary. For women, a bad working climate is even the main reason for the change, while for men, the pay and lack of career opportunities are more crucial.

Reason 3: Lack of promotion opportunities

Many years in the same job and no perspective insight? For many professionals, missing opportunities for promotion within the company is a reason to turn their backs on companies. 34.6 per cent said that they had quit their last employer.

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Reason 4: Inappropriate corporate culture

Those who can not identify with the values ​​of their employer are more frustrated with the job faster. A StepStone study of the Cultural Fit between companies and employees in 2018 even shows a clear correlation between the identification with the corporate culture and job satisfaction. 27.7 per cent of respondents said they had an inappropriate corporate culture as a reason for dismissal.

“Choosing a job is one of the most important decisions in a person’s life. The job determines our self-image and our everyday life, “says Rottländer. “That’s why it’s important that people find out as much as possible about potential new employers when they look for a job. The more you learn about the job and the company, the easier it is to find your dream job. “

Reason 5: Lack of training opportunities

Many skilled workers in Germany find it important to continuously educate themselves and learn new skills. 25.2 per cent of respondents have taken the hat off because they did not get these opportunities with their employer.

Reason 6: Lack of work-life balance

For every fourth specialist (25.1 per cent) a lack of work-life balance was a reason to quit.

Whether starting a family, caring for relatives or hobbies – many professionals want to have enough space for their private lives in addition to their work.

Reason 7: Lack of stability and job security

Qualified and flexible professionals currently have many job opportunities. If you feel that your job is on the edge of the future of the company on shaky legs, leaving his employer. 22.3 per cent of respondents have recently quit their job for this reason too.

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Reason 8: Lack of meaningfulness of the activity

Sixty-two per cent of the interviewed professionals find it important to do a meaningful job. That does not mean that they want to improve the world with it – but the majority want to make a positive impact with their work. 21.7 per cent could not do that on their last job – the lack of meaningfulness of their job was a cause for dismissal.

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Actyx’s mission is programming collaborative systems for machines and humans. Machines and humans work together with increasing autonomy and their interaction creates tremendous value which is why Actyx creates the tools to construct this collaboration. The smartphone has become a daily companion and so will the machine working next to you. For operational value and boosting teamwork, we must communicate horizontally with our neighbors, be that in physical proximity or when collaborating on the same task. Two of their famous products facilitate the company’s mission to provide a simless technical control in the workplace; ActyxOS – a multi-device operating system and Actyx Pond – a typescript framework for writing distributed apps.

At Techmeetups we are glad to announce that the team will be joining us for the Munich Tech Job Fair

Read below to get an insight into the heart and vision of Actyx

The ROI of Industry 4.0: Translating operational value into business value

As a production manager, you likely spend plenty of time wondering if today’s orders are running on time, how to improve the productivity of temporary workers or how much capacity is available for the week. These are all important operational issues that directly impact the factory’s bottom line. But what about the company’s executive leaders? Their concerns are probably much different: cost and price optimizations; capital budgeting; and strategic goals. In short, they’re worried about business issues instead of operational issues.

That same distinction applies to how they evaluate the potential ROI of an Industry 4.0 initiative. Where production managers might focus on reduced downtime or improved quality, C-suite executives will be more interested in possible cost savings or additional revenue over the course of months or years. This different lens can make it difficult for production managers to successfully convince business leaders to invest in Industry 4.0 initiative; production managers and others who oversee daily operations tend not to translate the potential operational value into business value, an invaluable step in gaining the support of the C-suite.

Evaluate the direct and indirect impact

Calculating the potential business value of an Industry 4.0 project can be difficult. After all, there is no usually any historical data available as a baseline. Instead, examining the potential direct and indirect impacts of the project can help shed light on both operational and business value.

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Direct impacts are those that occur as soon as you hit the On button and are usually operational:

  • Quality improvement
  • Reduction of downtime
  • Quicker reaction times
  • Reduction in administrative overhead

Indirect impacts accrue over time and are more likely to relate to business value:

  • Improved transparency yields opportunities for strategic potential; cost/price optimization; benchmarking standards; and more accurate capital budgeting.
  • Operational improvements allow more accurate detection and prevention of bottlenecks; and the ability to develop and implement best practices.

By pairing an organization’s existing metrics with a realistic estimate of potential Industry 4.0 improvements, it is possible to calculate the probable ROI of the improvements.

Case study: A simple solution yields dramatic potential

Faced with excessive unplanned downtime, an injection moulding manufacturer was searching for an Industry 4.0 solution for quickly responding to machine failures. We implemented a rather simple sounding remedy: workers got a mobile text message (SMS) as soon as a machine started operating outside its normal parameters. This approach combined technology workers were already familiar with (texts on their mobile devices) with a new technology (machine sensors retrofit on existing equipment so machines could autonomously report their operational status).

From an operational perspective, the key inputs included the number of shifts, shift length, number of workstations, unexpected downtime, average downtime duration, average notification duration (the time that passes before the right person is notified of the interruption). Outputs included the number of interruptions per day and notification time per day, along with the potential new notification duration and the potential uptime increase. Reducing the average notification duration (5 minutes) by 90% promised to yield an additional 15 hours of uptime per day.

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Calculating business value required different, usually company-known inputs. On the one hand, these were the number of workdays per year and the revenue per year, but also the costs per hour of production hours and the share of material costs on the revenue. With regard to the 15 hours of production downtime saved per day and the costs per production hour, this resulted in a potential saving of around 118,000 € per year. Assuming that in these 15 hours per day production would take place instead, there was even a profit potential of around € 137,000 per year. Given those figures, business leaders were enthusiastic about the initiative.

This project represented an ideal first step toward Industry 4.0 not only because it promised both operational and business value, but also because it addressed a major pain point with a relatively low-risk solution. The SME’s most successful at Industry 4.0 initiatives take a step-by-step approach. They identify opportunities for quick wins and implement one solution at a time. The ideal quick wins tackle a major pain point, and they also affect the worker, production manager and CEO. When a problem impacts stakeholders at every level of the organization, it’s often easier to get company-wide support for the initiative–critical for the success of any first Industry 4.0 project.

Understanding the true ROI of Industry 4.0 requires examining both the operational and business value of the initiative. Articulating these values can help to gain buy-in from various stakeholder groups, while also providing a more complete look at the potential ROI of the project.

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StepStone is a group of leading job boards all over the world. With their job site brands, they make sure the right candidates find the right job with the right employer. On a global level, StepStone operates several job boards and niche job boards.

More than 60,000 companies use StepStone job boards successfully for the recruitment of qualified specialists and executive staff. Founded in 1996, StepStone is one of the most successful online job board businesses today. Operating over 10 top brands with 72 million visits and nearly 9 million jobs per month.

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Check out what they have to say on the qualities that stand the test of time in the job industry

On-time, reliable, organized – virtues in the digital world of work

Supposedly ‘dusty’ values ​​such as punctuality, reliability and organizational talent are more relevant than ever in times of flexible and location-independent work. At least that is what professional and managerial staff in Germany see it. Here are the results of our study on cooperation and collaboration in the workplace.

Success Factors Organizational talent and time management

82 per cent of the approximately 14,000 respondents consider organizational skills and 72 percent time management to be particularly important in order to be successful in a team. These are by far the highest approval ratings among employees. They are clearly ahead of skills in project management or conceptual thinking, for example, which are much more associated with modern work and the digital world of work. This is consistent because only when the basics are right, teams can be dynamic and innovative, in short: be successful.

Time management as a success factor in the digital age

Particularly interesting in this context is a look at the group of 18 to 30-year-olds: the young and digital affine skilled workers – often referred to as “non-binding generation” – value-successful time management in the job among all age groups surveyed the strongest. It is an important basis for productivity and punctuality in the workplace.

“Especially in a time when cooperation is increasingly flexible, international and multi-site organized, successful time management and organizational skills are particularly important,” says Dr Tobias Zimmermann, labour market expert at StepStone. “They are the foundation for an efficient workflow and the development of innovative solutions.”

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Reliability distinguishes teams

Not only is this new, old mentality more topical than ever, it also seems to be paying off: The investigation also showed that workers in Germany perceive their teams as particularly reliable. An aspect that is naturally closely related to organizational strength and good time management. 77 percent say they can rely on their teammates. Also, 77 per cent stick to jointly agreed agreements and rules. This high degree of reliability is indispensable, especially in dynamic contexts. High decision-making, production and time pressure make it absolutely imperative that at the workplace a cog literally smashes into the other one.

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About the study “Success Secret Team”

In the study, the online job platform StepStone explains the most important concepts around teamwork and corporate culture, gives an insight into the attitude of the specialists on these topics and the relevance of the cultural fit in the job search. In addition, StepStone highlights the success factors of teamwork and gives recruiting companies recommendations for building a productive team structure. For the study, StepStone carried out an online survey in November 2018 among a total of around 14,000 specialists and executives in Germany, including around 10,600 skilled workers without personal responsibility and around 3,400 executives. In addition, StepStone surveyed online a total of about 2,000 recruiters and managers who are responsible for recruiting.

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bunq: Break Free from the Status Quo

Every job seeker is longing to have an employer that has their same vision in life and in work. Someone who will value you as more than just an employee. This April, we welcome you to join our Tech Job Fair in Amsterdam so you can find the employer you deserve. There will be many companies joining us, including bunq. If you have a passion for innovative tech, bunq is definitely looking for you.

Founded in 2015, bunq allows you to experience world-class mobile banking. They are the only bank in the world that lets you decide what happens with your money, wherever you want, whenever you want, with whomever you want.  Your privacy is always guaranteed and your account is fully protected by the Deposit Guarantee Scheme of the Dutch National Bank (DNB).

Want to grab a  chance to speak with them in person? Sign up here to meet the team. You can find out more about the company below:

What’s the story behind the creation of your company?

One day, founder Ali Niknam, decided that banking could and should be better. He took matters into his own hands and created bunq in 2015. Through hard and relentless work, the Dutch, Fintech start-up became the first company to acquire a banking license in the Netherlands in 35 years!

With bunq you get real-time, mobile banking, instant payments and helpful support 365 days a year. Unsurprisingly, this made bunq a hit in a rather short amount of time (and not just because you can you set up a bank account in a matter of minutes).

Ali describes bunq as a tech-company with a banking license- a game changer in the long line of traditional banks.

And, like other fin-tech companies, bunq is jam-packed with employees from all over the world. With so many nationalities on board, it was a logical step for bunq to reach out to the many expats in the Netherlands.

What’s your company culture like?

We value effective communication, proactivity and being able to work independently.

What kind of people are you looking for?

At bunq the biggest department is IT, so if coding is your superpower, we would love to speak with you. But also we have some positions in Product, Finance, Compliance, HR/Recruitment, Digital Marketing and Design team in place, so if you’d like to know what’s out there, please check out our website.

Who’s the best match for your team?

Someone who embraces change, is open, humble and loves to have fun.

What benefits and perks do you offer your employees?

A dedicated, international team that makes the Bank Of The Free what it is: the de facto innovator in the world of banking.

  • We’re data-driven, we make success measurable and we commit to deadlines.
  • We work hard, do good and have fun. Feel free to add a gif to your graph.
  • We provide food & fuel to keep your engine running, including in-house chefs and delicious dinners.
  • The bunq, our spacious office, just a 2-minute walk from Amsterdam Sloterdijk Station.

To learn more about bunq, check out the following Ziggo documentary that dives into the world of bunq:

Be sure to see all of the opportunities they have at our Amsterdam tech job fair. You can also visit their website for more info or  follow them on Twitter @bunq for updates!

You need to invest a lot of patience, effort and understanding when you want to get yourself on board. As they say, nothing comes easy, so we are here to help you lessen the struggle in finding a job.

Our Berlin Tech Job Fair is scheduled to happen on March 28, and we have- more or less- hundreds of job vacancies to offer you from 17 companies who will be joining us.  Get ready and see where you want to fit in because, in this article, we will introduce you the companies who are waiting to have you and they are the following:

Don’t forget to sign up here and join us!

Jobsens-ai

Jobsens.ai

Your IT jobs are exclusively picked by jobsens.ai where you can master your skills in the most efficient way. They will offer you the most exciting opportunities and challenges that are tailored to your profile.

Talent-io

Talent.io

In 4 years, talent.io raised €10M and grew from 3 people in Paris to a team of 130 across 4 countries. Start to have a salary ranging from €35k to €100k. Talent.io can provide you with a job that you deserved.

Zoi

Zoi

Zoi stands for Zero One Infinity – an essential paradigm of IT and electronics. They focus fully on the use of the cloud in the enterprise environment as well as new technologies and software development.

Productsup

Productsup

Productsup is the leading software for managing and optimizing your product data feed. They provide cloud-based software for feed management, data optimization and product content syndication. There is no other tool that manages large amounts of product data as quickly and easily.

Axel Springer

Axel Springer

Axel Springer is Europe’s leading digital publisher with more than 15,000 employees. They have numerous multimedia news brands, such as Bild, Die Welt, and Fakt. The media offerings of the company are clustered in current news, autos, sports, computers and consumer electronics, as well as lifestyle.

Gastrofix

Gastrofix

Gastrofix was founded in 2011 and currently employs 140 people, and is represented in 7 countries. With them, the cash register becomes a digital control centre for efficient operation.  They are the German leader company of POS system for the gastronomy and hotel industry.

American Express

American Express

Since 1850, American Express has worked to make a difference in our customers’ lives in ways that matter most to them. They offer world-class Charge and Credit Cards, Gift Cards, Rewards, Travel, Personal Savings, Business Services, Insurance and more.

Flightright

Flightright

Flightright have been helping air passengers enforce their rights for over 8 years. Their service has revolutionised legal practice: Flightright helps all passengers to exercise their rights and enforce them with the airlines. The company is committed to enforcing passenger rights with its online-based legal service.

Movinga

Movinga

Movinga is the complete service provider for removals and relocation-related services. They make the relocation worry-free and promote the growth of our medium-sized partner network. Movinga offers an improved relocation experience.

Trifacta

Trifacta

Trifacta empowers teams to solve problems through data. The company was founded in 2012. Their mission is to create radical productivity for people who analyze data. Trifacta is deeply focused on solving for the biggest bottleneck in the data lifecycle, data wrangling, by making it more intuitive and efficient for anyone who works with data.

Staramba SE

Staramba SE

Staramba started its business back in 2014 with the idea to revolutionize the merchandise market with 3D printed figurines. And today, Staramba SE creates the most realistic social VR universe. They go beyond borders in the world of Virtual Reality. Staramba hired experts to develop its 3D scanning system – the 3D Instagraph©.

Talentese

Talentese

Talentese believes that being happy means working in a company with a purpose and vision you truly align with and in a company culture that fits you. They guarantee you an intuitive and fun job-searching experience and provide access to professional coaching to make achieving any career goals easier.

3YOURMIND

3YOURMIND

3YOURMIND is revolutionizing manufacturing with software to optimize, standardize and automate AM workflows. They are moving the world to Agile Manufacturing. They provide platforms to streamline industrial 3D printing for innovative companies and 3D print services.

Spark Networks SE

Spark Networks SE

Spark Networks SE is a leading global dating company with a portfolio of premium brands designed for singles seeking serious long-term relationships. The company has a presence in 29 countries worldwide and is publicly listed on the NYSE American LLC exchange under the ticker symbol “LOV”.

42 Matches

42 Matches

42 Matches attract the best global IT talent and match it with the most inspiring tech teams of the European startup world. They ensure a smooth visa and relocation process – for the fastest and most effective matchmaking possible.

VISIONAPARTMENTS

VISIONAPARTMENTS

VISIONAPARTMENTS specialises in developing and renting premium furnished apartments with service and style. They cooperate with select partner companies in a serviced apartment network that currently includes over 128,993 accommodations in more than 843 business destinations worldwide.

Commehr GmbH

Commehr GmbH

Commehr is the most professional IT partner for innovative and growing companies. The basis of their work is a strong service orientation and a passion for information technology.  Whether IT, telecommunications, infrastructure or security services – our specialists will advise and assist you in all matters.

Have you now found your target employer where you can start your career?

Whether it’s a yes or a no, seeing these companies in person will create a connection. We can’t wait to have you. Sign up here now and see us at our Berlin Tech Job Fair.

Job seekers, we are coming to Berlin!

We are excited once again to meet all the job seekers in the city and nothing can stop us. Our Berlin Tech Job Fair will start this March 28 and Trifacta will be joining us.

Excited on what’s waiting for you there? See here what Trifacta do and can offer you, they might be the one you need.

Trifacta gives you the experience to a new approach to data quality for machine learning & analytics. Their mission is to create radical productivity for people who analyze data. The company is deeply focused on solving for the biggest bottleneck in the data lifecycle, data wrangling, by making it more intuitive and efficient for anyone who works with data.

These five principles inform Trifacta’s view of the world and the way they go about their work:

  1. START WITH THE USER– Trifacta believes that everything starts with the people who know the data best, and they bring simplicity and power to work.
  2. ITERATE TO EXCELLENCE– Iteration is their path to risk-taking, exploration and wonder.
  3. DECIDE & DELIVER– When faced with hard decisions, Trifacta efficiently make its call with the data available, rally around the outcome, and deliver what they promise.
  4. ALWAYS BE LEARNING– As innovators, they always have more to learn—from their customers, from research, from each other, and from the data at hand.
  5. BE A MULTIPLIER– They multiply its efforts through teamwork, mentorship and partnership. They multiply the work of their colleagues and customers via products and processes that transfer into their hands.

Trifacta: Your Data Wrangling Software

Trifacta is giving its team challenges that they love. They are giving the opportunity to collaborate with world-class peers and create something special. The company’s family is consists of a creative individual who band together on challenges that extend well outside of anyone comfort zone- from foundational technology to user empathy, from interaction design to scalable infrastructure, from machine learning to language design to data visualization. The following are the benefits and perks to offer you:

  • FOOD–  Free lunches and well-stocked snacks
  • HEALTH & TRANSPORTATION– Comprehensive medical, FSA and commuter benefits
  • EDUCATION– Stipend for you to spend towards personal and career growth
  • EQUITY– Stock options for all employees
  • PARENTAL LEAVE– Paid parental leave for your newborn
  • VACATIONS– Take what you need a vacation policy

If you have the courage to learn and develop yourself, the team is ready to help and lift your skills. Become motivated, curious and inspired because Trifacta is willing to give their guidance to you.

They are available on Facebook and Twitter for more info. You can also visit their Website to know more about them.  Their team is at Berlin Tech Job Fair this March 28. Make sure you sign up here and see all the job vacancies waiting to have you. See you!

It’s time to start planning your participation at the Tech Job Fair as it is soon to happen in Berlin. Get your CVs ready and prepare yourself to meet different companies.

At our Berlin Tech Job Fair this March, Zoi is one of our partners. They are looking for talented, motivated and passionate people to join their nerdy tech family. Meet exciting challenges and develop your skills with their team. Continue reading to have a quick overview of what they do, their story and what they have to offer.

Zoi is the digital companion of the so-called hidden champions. They create innovative enterprise software solutions. The company’s heart beats for Code, Cloud, Data, Electrical Engineering, Creation and Exploration. The name of the company (ZOI) stands for Zero One Infinity – an essential paradigm of IT and electronics. They focus fully on the use of the cloud in the enterprise environment as well as new technologies and software development.

The Zoi team consists of over 80 colleagues and they’ve been working together as a team of interdisciplinary and creative tech experts since 2004. The reason why they founded Zoi was that they simply did not see any comparable company. They started in Stuttgart and are committed to the strengths of the region; to the companies, the industry and the “Mittelstand”. Meanwhile, they have offices in Berlin and Lisbon, Portugal, as well.

The Zoi team works in changing teams instead of rigid structures, depending on the requirements of a project and client. This means constant exchange with colleagues and constant learning. They also encourage regular professional exchange apart from the projects they carry out with their customers. In this line, technological play instinct is a very important part of to the company culture to explore new technologies and opportunities for their clients.

The team at Zoi treasures every idea as it will help them to come up with new and exciting solutions for their clients. They are proud of the team growth and are open to every new encounter. Zoi focuses on people and their development. The company is always looking for exciting characters who will further enrich the team. If work means learning for you and you are looking for the freedom to improve yourself and your skills – then your time at Zoi will be more than just a job for you.

They are curious to meet you! Sign up here now and join us at our Berlin Tech Job Fair. See Zoi’s Website for more interesting details. They also have profiles on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Every job seekers are longing to have an employer where they have the same perception in life and in work. Someone who will value them more than just an employee. This April, we want you to come to our tech job fair in Amsterdam as we want to help you find the employer that you deserve. Many companies are with us and one of them is Bunq. If your passion is in the Finance Industry, then Bunq is definitely waiting for your tech talent.

Bunq was founded in 2015. They are the world-class mobile banking. Bunq is the only bank in the world that you can control wherever you are. You can decide what you want to happen with your money. They guarantee the privacy of your account and fully protected by the Deposit Guarantee Scheme of the Dutch National Bank (DNB).

Grab the chance to speak with them in person. Sign up here and get ready to discuss with the team. Here are some interesting facts about the company:

What’s the story behind the creation of your company?

One day founder Ali Niknam decided that banking could and should be better. He took matters into his own hands and created bunq in 2015. Through hard and relentless work, the Dutch Fintech start-up became the first company to acquire a banking license in the Netherlands in 35 years!

With bunq you have real-time, mobile banking, instant payments and helpful support 365 days a year.

Unsurprisingly, bunq became a hit in a rather short time – and not just because you can you set up a bank account in a matter of minutes.

Ali likes to look at bunq as a tech-company with a banking license rather than a traditional bank.

And like many tech-companies bunq is also jam-packed with people from all over the world. With so many people from different nationalities on board, it was a logical step for bunq to reach out to the many expats in the Netherlands.

What’s your company culture like?

We value effective communication, proactivity and being able to work independently.

What kind of people are you looking for?

At bunq the biggest department is IT, so if coding is your superpower, we would love to speak with you. But also we have some positions in Product, Finance, Compliance, HR/Recruitment, Digital Marketing and Design team in place, so if you’d like to know what’s out there, please check out our website.

Who’s the best match for your team?

Someone who embraces change is open humble and loves to have fun.

What benefits and perks do you offer your employees?

A dedicated, international team that makes the Bank Of The Free what it is: the de facto innovator in the world of banking.

we’re data-driven, we make success measurable and we commit to deadlines.

we work hard, do good and have fun. Feel free to add a gif to your graph.

food & fuel to keep your engine running, including in-house chefs and delicious dinners.

the bunq, our spacious office, just a 2-minute walk from Amsterdam Sloterdijk Station.

If you would like to know more here is a video that has been made by Ziggo about bunq:

See all the opportunities they have at our Amsterdam tech job fair. You can visit their Website for more info and follow them on Twitter for updates.

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