Staff Finder: On-demand marketplace for temporary staff scores €20M from One Peak and Goldman Sachs

Staff-Finder-logoStaff Finder has just announced the completion of a growth equity investment led by One Peak Partners and Goldman Sachs Private Capital. The funding will help the Swiss company to accelerate its international expansion strategy and support its product development roadmap.

Staff Finder’s cross-device software platform enables businesses to find temporary workers to cover immediate hourly or daily staffing needs around the clock. 98% of all job requests are filled within 4 hours from creation, thereby enabling businesses to manage unpredictability and flexibly respond to staff shortages and peak demand. The company’s suite of mobile and web apps disrupts the traditional staffing market with a fully automated end-to-end solution, combining enterprise-grade technology with an intuitive user experience. Founded in 2011, the company has offices in London, Zurich and Lausanne and focuses on the hospitality, events & promotion, retail, logistics, business services and office sectors.

Staff Finder transforms the way its customers manage their workforce and significantly reduces staffing costs already from the first day. Workers on the other hand love the flexibility and additional income they can generate through the platform. Check out the video below this article to learn more about how Staff Finder works.

“We are thrilled to partner up with One Peak and Goldman Sachs”, says Viktor Calabrò, founder and CEO. “This is a significant milestone in our history and the beginning of an exciting new era for the company. We envisage becoming the first truly global on-demand staffing marketplace, providing businesses in major cities around the world with a technology solution that fits their needs. Today, we already work with more than 5,000 customers and are scaling rapidly with the support and operational guidance of our investors.”


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