JobTeaser raises €13M to boost its internationalization

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Alven is leading a €13 million round for JobTeaser with a €7.3 million investment alongside IDinvest and Korelya.

JobTeaser, a Paris, France-based provider of an recruitment platform directly integrated into 200+ European universities, raised €15m. The round was led by Alven Capital with participation from IDinvest and Korelya Capital.

Led by Adrien Ledoux, CEO & Co-founder, and Nicolas Lombard, COO & Co-founder,  Jobteaser is a SAAS platform for young talent recruitment.  The company has built up a network of top business and engineering schools equipped for free with its JobTeaser Career Center. Corporate HR departments pay to use the platform in order to promote themselves and post job or internship offers.

With more than 200 schools and universities on its platform and 600,0000 talented young people in its database, JobTeaser has more than 500 paying customers including 70 large corporates.

Alven believes that JobTeaser has built a leading position in France and has the strengths to replicate this model in Europe. Thanks to a powerful “marketplace type” business model, JobTeaser is building strong barriers to entry as well as a strategic asset with a unique European database of young talents.


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