WorkGenius, an independent technology company, acquires JBC, a US-based recruitment company
“Our goal has always been to transform $600 billion independent industry, to make it more fair and accessible through our technology. The partnership with JBC and its entire team is a big step towards achieving this goal. Both teams share the same vision and we look forward to providing unprecedented access to top talent through our AI-powered, hybrid or direct WorkGenius platform with our network of trusted recruiters and consultants. We see this partnership as a major advantage for our clients, our freelancers and our two teams.” said Marlon Rosenzweig who will be the new CEO of WorkGenius Holdings, based in New York City.
Based in New York, JBC which mainly operates in the United States, United Kingdom, Spain, France, Canada and hong kongwas founded by Bryan Zaslow. Zaslow will continue to lead the organization forward by supporting a strong supply of independent and permanent research work.
WorkGenius was founded in Hamburg, Germanyby Marlon Rosenzweig and Daniel Barke. The success of the end-to-end independent management platform led to its expansion into the United States, now headquartered in New York. WorkGenius has experienced phenomenal growth due to the digitization of the human capital space, the shift from traditional employment to freelance, and the strong growth of end markets served.
The management team will be complemented by Daniel Barke (Director of Revenue), and Keith Geller (Director of Operations).
“The JBC team is thrilled to partner with Workgenius and excited to bring the power of Workgenius technology to our clients, giving them access to a lightning-fast matching algorithm that can deliver the most qualified talent. and an independent management tool to manage contingent workforces on a global scale Our future will have a unique offering of pure and hybrid technologies, empowering our teams,” adds Zaslow.
The company’s headquarters will continue to be located in New York, UNITED STATES with offices across the United States, London, Englandand Hamburg, Germany.
Chad Leatformer VP of CitiGroup, joins existing equity investors including John Jahr and Axel Sven Springer. BDC Investcorp and CION Invest Corp are providing the credit facility and have also invested in equity.
“The adoption of freelancers is like a flywheel driven by talent’s preference for working flexibly, as well as companies wanting to have a more flexible workforce. The end markets we serve have experienced strong tailwinds, in addition to a seismic shift towards more freelancing in We intend to maintain our rapid growth both organic and inorganic globally.” adds Rosenzweig.
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SOURCE WorkGenius Holdings Inc.