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Just Knock

Recruiting

Europe's first blind recruitment platform: 60 large corporate clients, 65,000 users and a rapidly growing turnover.

Professional Investor

Professional Inv.

min: 120.000 €

max: 300.000 €

56 Investments

148.380 €

56 Paid

148.380 €

Minimum goal

120.000 €

Minimum Order

500,00 €

Pre-Money

2.000.000 €

12.11.2018

Closed

Project

Just Knock is the first European platform of Blind Recruitment that allows you to find a job by sending ideas instead of a curriculum.

Just Knock was born from the desire to solve a need personally identified by the founder herself, Marianna Poletti, during the search for her first job. Most motivated young people, when sending CVs to the desired companies, do not feel represented by such a standardising and limiting document for the expression of their real skills.
Hence the desire to find an alternative way to allow young people with little experience to show, but a lot of potential and passion to share, to arrive more effectively to the desired company, emerging from the pile of CVs accumulated on HR desks.

Thus, in September 2015, Just Knock (justknock.it) was born, a meritocratic system where the most motivated can get noticed and show their uniqueness by applying through the submission of their ideas. The first person to believe in this model was partner Isabella Kuster, who, after seven years of consulting in the HR field, had clearly perceived how an initial screening based solely on standardized data and requirements risked compromising the outcome of the selection process, increasing the risk for companies of losing high-potential resources.

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The information on the offer is not subject to approval by Consob. The Offering company is solely responsible for the completeness and truthfulness of the data and information provided by the latter. The investor's attention is also drawn to the fact that the investment, even indirect, through OICR or companies that invest mainly in financial instruments issued by innovative startups and SMEs is illiquid and characterised by a very high risk.