JobGet, a Boston, MA-based mobile-first job platform, acquired Heroes Jobs, a San Francisco, CA-based social networking job platform targeted towards Gen Zs looking for retail and hospitality roles.
The amount of the deal was not disclosed.
The acquisition broadens JobGet’s portfolio of employers, and enhances the social community experience.
Founded in 2019 by Tristan Petit, Cyriac Lefort, and Adrien Dewulf, Heroes Jobs provides a social app that helps GenZ job seekers build their professional footprint, get career advice, and engage with their future employers. Nearly one million users nationwide use the app, which has serviced a variety of employers, including notable brands such as Panda Express, H&M, Inspire Brands, Chipotle, and Wendy’s. The company has raised $9M in funding since inception.
Led by Tony Liu, CEO, JobGet provides a marketplace that currently powers over 100,000 employers including Whole Foods, Public Storage, Taco Bell, Lovesac, and Kelly Services, to access an active community of job seekers with a reach of 65 million. JobGet connects large and small brands with high-intent and top-quality candidates instantly. Most employers who post a job with JobGet receive their first applicant within 6 minutes. JobGet has raised over $60M in funding and powers more than 100,000 employers across the United States.