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Jan 11, 2017 6:48 PM ET

Primate: Lets job seekers show their abilities to employers using skills tests, culture matching, and videos, all analyzed algorithmically

iCrowdNewswire - Jan 11, 2017
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Primate

Primate lets job seekers show their abilities to employers using skills tests, culture matching, and videos, all analyzed algorithmically.

Company Summary

 

Primate is a web service that does the work of a traditional headhunter. We source candidates from our growing database and online job boards, and evaluate them through skills testing, a culture fit test, an automated assessment of employment and educational background, and other factors such as salary requirements and location. Our deliverable is a thoroughly vetted shortlist of quality ready-to-interview candidates with video introductions.

 

  • StagePrototype Ready
  • IndustryInternet / Web Services
  • LocationSeattle, WA, USA
  • CurrencyUSD
  • FoundedJune 2012
  • Employees3
  • Websiteprimateinc.com

Team

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    Tatyana Dolgaya
    CEO
    Unconfirmed

    Tatyana heads up strategy and product development. Pre-Primate Tatyana worked as a bank regulator and as a financial consultant in the developing world, getting a chance to practice her Russian skills with bankers in Armenia and Kazakhstan, and her yoga poses with a guru in Nepal. Tatyana loves to see people succeed. Her main reason for devoting her time Primate is providing job candidates with a venue to show who they are and what they can do.

     

     

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    Sara Seed
    COO
    Unconfirmed

    Sara heads up sales and marketing, customer support, and candidate selection. Pre-Primate Sara worked in bank regulation, leading teams through the aftermath of the financial crisis. She then took time off to trek in the Himalayas and soul-search in Thailand and Indonesia before joining Primate. Sara is passionate about efficiency, and is convinced that relying on networks to find jobs isn’t a good use of the employers’ or the candidates’ time.

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Tatyana Dolgaya

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