Job Market Maker was recently accepted into the SCRA's SC Launch Program.
Online PR News – 19-December-2014 – Charleston, SC – Charleston, S.C. December 17, 2014 – Job Market Maker was accepted into SCRA Technology Ventures’ SC Launch Program this week. Many companies apply to the program but the stringent selection criteria permits only select companies, with the potential to become highly impactful enterprises within South Carolina, to be accepted.
“We welcome Job Market Maker to the SC Launch program and look forward to working with them over various stages of development,” said SCRA CEO Bill Mahoney. “We were impressed by the company’s innovative solutions and its experienced management team.”
“We are honored to be accepted into the SC Launch program among some of the most innovative companies in the state,” said Joseph Hanna, CEO of Job Market Maker. “We’re excited to be part of a program that since 2006 has helped its members secure over $301 million in follow-on capital from a variety of sources.”
SC Launch client companies are accepted into the economic development program and will receive mentoring and support services. Companies may be eligible to receive matching funding or larger investment funds.
ABOUT JOB MARKET MAKER
Job Market Maker offers innovative software solutions for Recruiting, Closing the Skills Gap, and Career Development. The company’s cloud based platform mediates all parts of the job market using talent science and big data predictive analytics. Combining a powerful data-driven back end with a clean and easy to use interface, Job Market Maker sets out to redefine the way talent is identified, assessed, selected, and developed.
ABOUT SCRA TECHNOLOGY VENTURES
SCRA Technology Ventures helps innovative companies grow and develop new technologies, creating jobs and advancing the Knowledge Economy throughout South Carolina. This SCRA business sector provides support and mentoring to early stage, start-up technology companies through its flagship SC Launch program. Since 2006, SCRA has deployed over $82 million in funding for entrepreneurs and infrastructure to support over 300 high-tech, early-stage enterprises. SCRA has directly invested over $19 million into the program’s top 71 South Carolina start-ups, attracting over $301 million in add-on, private investment. The sector also supports commercialization and growth by facilitating the transfer of intellectual property and accelerating the transition of inventions to the marketplace.