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In just 18 months, recruitment technology company Volcanic has completed the London Stock Exchange (LSE) ELITE programme to join the prestigious ELITE Alumni
Selected to join the LSE ELITE for its ground-breaking web technology that disrupted the way the global recruitment industry operates, Volcanic will now join the select group of LSE Alumni businesses, including like-minded brands such as Raspberry Pi, BrewDog and Graze - all runaway successes in their fields and all ripe for IPO investment.
Rob Wilde, CEO of Volcanic, said: “Today, when someone applies for a job, anywhere in the world, they’re likely to use Volcanic digital technology without even realising. Our game-changing web platform used by recruitment businesses across the globe has redefined the way candidates apply for jobs online via smartphone, tablet or PC.
“Our ELITE journey has helped us become one of the world’s leading web providers. Since we were founded, we have developed our technology to cover four continents and forty languages throughout the world. Wherever you’re looking for a job, you’re probably looking on the Volcanic platform.”
The LSE ELITE programme was set up to bring together companies seeking capital with investors from around the world. The programme sets out to develop and support ambitious private companies through their next stage of growth and innovation. Its standard of training and expertise is second to none in preparing companies seeking to make the transition from successful start-up into leading global business.
Founded in 2010 and now listed in the top 20 fastest growing technology companies on the London Stock Exchange ELITE programme, Volcanic is a leading global provider of recruitment websites and job boards. The SaaS model is easy to buy, with no upfront costs and a simple monthly fee.
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