Joblift, a Berlin, Germany-based job search platform, raised €10m in series A funding.
The round, which brings the total amount raised to date to €12m, was led by DN Capital with participation from Picus Capital and existing investors Cherry Ventures, btov and TruVenturo.
The company intends to use the funds to deepen its technology and improve user experience.
Led by Lukas Erlebach, co-founder and CEO, Joblift provides a data-driven platform, which aggregates jobs from multiple job boards, corporates and recruiters to provide job seekers with a one-stop site where they can find positions that really match their skills. Joblift already has over 1.5 million monthly site visits and has over 4,000 partners, including most of the major job boards. The search platform uses machine learning algorithms to extract keywords and terms from every job description, so that job hunters are guided to the most relevant vacancies.
Joblift is growing rapidly in the UK, Germany, France and the Netherlands.