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Talkpush wins the Echelon Top100 Hong Kong Qualifier

Talkpush wins over judges on its home turf!

 

Competing against 14 other Hong Kong based start-ups, Talkpush won over the jury by presenting its vision for connecting talent with employers and changing the way candidate screening is done across the region. The competition was organized by tech media group e27 and hosted by the Blueprint, the B2B co-working space where Talkpush has taken residence since February. Talkpush CEO Max Armbruster took the opportunity of the stage to introduce an introductory package for tech start-ups interested in utilizing Talkpush recruitment automation. Start-ups looking to ramp up their recruitment can now benefit from Talkpush’s recruitment software services for US $80 per month. Terms and conditions apply.

 

Talkpush has been on a tear in recent months, going undefeated in all three competition it last entered: the basketball Cyberport Cup in November 2014, the Tech In Asia Hong Kong Competition in February, and yesterday’s qualifier. Will the streak continue at the Tech in Asia conference in Singapore next month?

 

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