About this event
March 28th, Startup Grind Shenzhen hosts the founder of Nashangban, a vertical Internet job search engine. Let’s get to know his story and industry insights.
Recently, the Internet vertical job search engine Nashangban closed its A round with 25million RMB, which will be used in product development, team expansion and marketing. In the aspect of fundraising, the major players of the job search engine arena have made impressive performance last year, including Lagou, Lieping, Nashangban, and a few smaller ones like 100offer and Mayizhaopin.
Among them, however, Nashangban is the only algorithm-driven matchmaker between company and talent. It is commonly understood, though, that recruiting for Internet companies as well as startups depends heavily on human factors, such as personalities, previous collaborative experiences, values and such. With algorithms, whether the highly dynamic or even arbitrary process can be simplified or even optimised, let’s hear from Michael for some possible answers.
Intro of Nashangban
Nashangban is a job search service company that aims at providing the most convenient and efficient solution for high-quality IT talents and companies. Started by three US returnees 2 years ago, Nashangban was one of the first-generation startups that was tackling the area of algorithm-based Internet career matchmaking.
Intro of the Founder
Michael Han, Founder/CEO of Nashangban. Graduated from The University of Washington, majoring Economics. Former AYUSA China Project Manager.
A serial entrepreneur and dream chaser, founded a popular student networking site 67M as a highschooler, then worked as the CEO of a global Chinese students studying overseas classifieds website Yangshichang (Foreign Market). In early 2012, he was the analyst at TMT Investment Funds and personal investment assistant of the renowned investor Xiaoping, Xu. In early 2013, he co-founded the Internet vertical job search engine Nashangban.
Michael Han received the title of Honorary Mentor in the Graduate School of Computer Science of Zhejiang University and was included in the 2015 Forbes 2014 30 Under 30: Entrepreneurs list.