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Startup Jobs of the Week: Join Bits & Pretzels, Casumo, COMATCH, or Tagvenue

You’re bored by your current job and ready to start a new adventure? Each week we’re introducing you to some great career opportunities in the startup space. This is your chance to join one of Europe’s most promising startups. Check out our job board for to get a complete overview on the 110+ statup jobs there. And without further ado, here are the startup jobs of the week:

Bits-and-PretzelsBits & Pretzels, Germany’s biggest “Founders Festival” which takes place on an annual basis in Munich, currently seeks to grow the team. Join them now as Event Management Intern or as a Working Student Web Development.

CasumoCasumo is a Malta-based startup which created a recognized and award winning online casino. The young company is currently looking to hire a Java Developer. Sounds like you? Apply now!

CoMatch-logoThe Berlin-based startup COMATCH connects independent consultants and industry experts with companies of any size and sector. Join the growing team now as a Senior Manager Business Developer France.

TagVenue-logoTagvenue, a UK based event tech startup, is looking for an entrepreneurial, self driven person to help its clients find the right venues in London, and manage the revenue generation part of the business. Join their Krakow-based team now as a Customer Service & Sales Assistant.

By the way: If you’re a startup CEO and also looking for some rockstar employees for your company, make sure to publish a job opening with us now. While basic job ads are free, a premium job ad (for just €49) provides you with the following advantages:

  • Your job will be highlighted and always on top of the basic job ads
  • Promoted through Twitter (@EU_Startups: 15,500 follower)
  • Promoted with a post on our Facebook page (8,130 fans)
  • Job/company will be mentioned in our jobs of the week article
Thomas Ohr
Thomas Ohr
Thomas Ohr is the "Editor in Chief" of EU-Startups.com and started the blog in October 2010. He is excited about Europe's future, passionate about new business ideas and lives in Barcelona (Spain).

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