SEOUL, South Korea, Aug. 24, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- K-ICT Born2Global Centre, a major Korean government agency under the Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning (MSIP), announced on Aug. 24 that its member company "Dreamsquare", a global talent recruitment company, will be launching a mobile talent recruitment platform this October. Dreamsquare is a startup company that offers scientific and practical career consultations and job recommendations based on cutting edge technology.
What differentiates Dreamsquare from other recruitment platforms is its self-developed AI system called HEURI that has collected the career profile data of 300 million professionals around the world.
Steve Han, the founder and CEO of the company explains, "We first take an individual's response to our survey on credentials, work preferences and cultural values. Then we compare the results to our career profile database in order to identify and recommend the ideal job opportunity, company and career path for each user. The platform also provides real-time global recruiting information and trends related to the suggested job positions and companies."
The consulting service is comprised of an online survey and an offline meeting with a HR expert. Students who receive the same employment recommendations will be grouped together, mentored, and provided with assistance in designing their careers. The mentors will be carefully selected from among current employees of global companies, such as Facebook, Apple and Google.
The company also provides assistance for startups and those who seek global employment opportunities. Based on customized vocation data, the platform recommends the ideal company for each job seeker, and Dreamsquare offers team-building opportunities for those seeking to establish a business.
Dreamsquare's business model is built around offering consulting services to individuals and schools and recommending ideal companies to prospective employees. In Korea, Dreamsquare recently made a partnership with Yonsei University on providing a recruitment consulting project for Yonsei university students. The program involves global consulting and mentoring, giving the students an opportunity to launch their business in earnest. In the second half of this year, the startup is planning to forge similar partnerships with other schools, including Ewha Womans University. In the U.S, Dreamsquare is aiming to provide online services to prestigious universities including Stanford, Cornell and so on. Talent X team members will be deployed to the universities to hold vigorous on-campus marketing helping as many students as possible to find their right career path.
Founded in September 2013, Born2Global, each year, selects over 100 startups with high potential for entering the global market. Born2Global provides services such as professional consulting in law, patents, accounting, marketing, investment and business development. Born2Global also gives training services to startups by hosting conferences, seminars and meetups. Over 60 companies have been selected to reside in the business space at the Startup Campus. Born2Global has brought investment of over US$173.6 million for 83 startups and Born2Global's experts have provided 5,117 consulting services, resulting in 369 overseas patent applications, 204 overseas business contracts and alliances with 26 overseas incorporations since the establishment of Born2Global in 2013.
For more detailed information on the Dreamsquare, please check out www.mytalentx.com.
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