Zenjob is a mobile tech company changing the way people work and staff their businesses. Zenjob goes beyond connecting companies and student workers but actually hires talents as part of their workforce and lends them out to companies. People working with Zenjob earn more than minimum wage and companies have less admin hassle as well as more flexibility than with traditional temp agencies. With its technology, Zenjob is much faster in paying workforce, staffing jobs and can guarantee a high quality of workforce.
Articles about Zenjob:
- October 27, 2022 Berlin, Paris, London: A quick look into Europe’s TOP3 startup ecosystems
- October 7, 2022 All of the European startup funding rounds we tracked this week (Oct 3-7)
- October 7, 2022 Backing visionary founders to inspire innovation and resilience: Antler VC reveal their latest Berlin-based investments
- March 4, 2022 Weekly VC Overview: The 158 European startup funding rounds we tracked this week (Feb 28-March 4)
- February 25, 2022 Weekly VC Overview: All European startup funding rounds we tracked this week (Feb 21-25)
- February 25, 2022 Fritz Trott, Founder and CEO of Zenjob will speak at our EU-Startups Summit on May 12-13 in Barcelona!
- May 12, 2020 Berlin-based Zenjob gets €27 million to take its student job site international
- April 15, 2020 On a mission to revolutionise the temporary staffing market – Interview with Zenjob CEO Fritz Trott
- March 10, 2020 EU-Startups Summit: The future of HR – a panel discussion with Jobbio, Zenjob and Jobbatical
- January 22, 2019 AXA Venture Partners raises €130 million for its second Early Stage Fund focusing on digital health and fintech
- December 10, 2018 The 15 most popular founder interviews we published in 2018
- November 20, 2018 Berlin-based HR startup Zenjob has raised €15 million to connect companies to student workers
- August 9, 2018 Zenjob set out to improve the future of work with technology – Interview with Zenjob founder & CEO Fritz Trott
- September 14, 2017 Fully automated staffing agency Zenjob secures €8 million Series A funding for the further expansion