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private:filmijob 2951015 Feb 21st, 2020 12:00AM FilmiJob 633 7.00 Open Human Resources Feb 21st, 2020 01:59PM Feb 21st, 2020 01:59PM Solución personalizada para unificar y automatizar los procesos de selección masivos mediante el uso del vídeo, gamificación y algoritmos predictivos, aprovechando el punto de venta como canal de captación de talento mediante una App móvil. Los candidatos tendrán que completar los retos, responder en vídeo a las preguntas, y nuestro software realizará una selección con los trabajadores más afines. Open Recursos Humanos, Selección de personal, Selección de Personal, Headhunting, Videoentrevista, Entrevista de selección, Entrevista de trabajo, Reclutamiento Open Paseo de la Castellana, 93 Madrid Madrid ES Technology Software & Computer Services
private:filmijob 2687696 Feb 21st, 2020 12:00AM Take Eat Easy 8.6K 41.00 Open Internet Feb 21st, 2020 01:59PM Feb 21st, 2020 01:59PM Belgian owned premium food delivery company Take Eat Easy reached a landmark milestone in its history when it achieved 1 million successful deliveries across all four of its markets (France, Belgium, Spain and UK) on July 12th 2016. What makes this achievement even more remarkable is that company did this on comparatively small budgets versus the competition. Benchmarking against it closest competitor, Take Eat Easy raised €16 million in fundraising in 2015 versus Deliveroo, who by comparison, raised €200 million in 2015. 2016 also saw the launch of UberEats into the marketplace, backed of course by its parent company and modern day unicorn, Uber. Take Eat Easy’s geographical dominance in France has been a significant factor in the brand’s success to date, which has included the launch of eight new French cities in 2015/16 to make 13 in total. Belgium also increased its presence to four cities in 2016, including both French and Dutch speaking parts of the country, and Spain now operates in three key cities. In the UK, London was successfully launched in February 2016. As with all start-up businesses however, funding underpins any company’s growth and with the launch of UberEats into the mainstream marketplace and with the impending launch of Amazon into the premium food delivery sector, investors understandably want to see the impact of these two giants entering the market. Despite its huge and recent successes therefore, this represents a very real problem for a company that’s reliant on investors in its early growth stages. As such, it is with huge disappointment for all its staff, restaurants, partners and investors that Take Eat Easy ceased trading at the end of July 2016. The founders of Take Eat Easy would like to say a huge thanks to all those involved and feel proud to have been such a key influence in the transformation of the food delivery sector. Open Internet, Logistic, Food, Marketing Open Technology Software & Computer Services
private:filmijob 2687696 Feb 20th, 2020 12:00AM Take Eat Easy 8.6K 41.00 Open Internet Feb 20th, 2020 11:36AM Feb 20th, 2020 11:36AM Belgian owned premium food delivery company Take Eat Easy reached a landmark milestone in its history when it achieved 1 million successful deliveries across all four of its markets (France, Belgium, Spain and UK) on July 12th 2016. What makes this achievement even more remarkable is that company did this on comparatively small budgets versus the competition. Benchmarking against it closest competitor, Take Eat Easy raised €16 million in fundraising in 2015 versus Deliveroo, who by comparison, raised €200 million in 2015. 2016 also saw the launch of UberEats into the marketplace, backed of course by its parent company and modern day unicorn, Uber. Take Eat Easy’s geographical dominance in France has been a significant factor in the brand’s success to date, which has included the launch of eight new French cities in 2015/16 to make 13 in total. Belgium also increased its presence to four cities in 2016, including both French and Dutch speaking parts of the country, and Spain now operates in three key cities. In the UK, London was successfully launched in February 2016. As with all start-up businesses however, funding underpins any company’s growth and with the launch of UberEats into the mainstream marketplace and with the impending launch of Amazon into the premium food delivery sector, investors understandably want to see the impact of these two giants entering the market. Despite its huge and recent successes therefore, this represents a very real problem for a company that’s reliant on investors in its early growth stages. As such, it is with huge disappointment for all its staff, restaurants, partners and investors that Take Eat Easy ceased trading at the end of July 2016. The founders of Take Eat Easy would like to say a huge thanks to all those involved and feel proud to have been such a key influence in the transformation of the food delivery sector. Open Internet, Logistic, Food, Marketing Open Technology Software & Computer Services
private:filmijob 2951015 Feb 20th, 2020 12:00AM FilmiJob 633 7.00 Open Human Resources Feb 20th, 2020 11:36AM Feb 20th, 2020 11:36AM Solución personalizada para unificar y automatizar los procesos de selección masivos mediante el uso del vídeo, gamificación y algoritmos predictivos, aprovechando el punto de venta como canal de captación de talento mediante una App móvil. Los candidatos tendrán que completar los retos, responder en vídeo a las preguntas, y nuestro software realizará una selección con los trabajadores más afines. Open Recursos Humanos, Selección de personal, Selección de Personal, Headhunting, Videoentrevista, Entrevista de selección, Entrevista de trabajo, Reclutamiento Open Paseo de la Castellana, 93 Madrid Madrid ES Technology Software & Computer Services
private:filmijob 2687696 Feb 19th, 2020 12:00AM Take Eat Easy 8.6K 41.00 Open Internet Feb 19th, 2020 10:24AM Feb 19th, 2020 10:24AM Belgian owned premium food delivery company Take Eat Easy reached a landmark milestone in its history when it achieved 1 million successful deliveries across all four of its markets (France, Belgium, Spain and UK) on July 12th 2016. What makes this achievement even more remarkable is that company did this on comparatively small budgets versus the competition. Benchmarking against it closest competitor, Take Eat Easy raised €16 million in fundraising in 2015 versus Deliveroo, who by comparison, raised €200 million in 2015. 2016 also saw the launch of UberEats into the marketplace, backed of course by its parent company and modern day unicorn, Uber. Take Eat Easy’s geographical dominance in France has been a significant factor in the brand’s success to date, which has included the launch of eight new French cities in 2015/16 to make 13 in total. Belgium also increased its presence to four cities in 2016, including both French and Dutch speaking parts of the country, and Spain now operates in three key cities. In the UK, London was successfully launched in February 2016. As with all start-up businesses however, funding underpins any company’s growth and with the launch of UberEats into the mainstream marketplace and with the impending launch of Amazon into the premium food delivery sector, investors understandably want to see the impact of these two giants entering the market. Despite its huge and recent successes therefore, this represents a very real problem for a company that’s reliant on investors in its early growth stages. As such, it is with huge disappointment for all its staff, restaurants, partners and investors that Take Eat Easy ceased trading at the end of July 2016. The founders of Take Eat Easy would like to say a huge thanks to all those involved and feel proud to have been such a key influence in the transformation of the food delivery sector. Open Internet, Logistic, Food, Marketing Open Technology Software & Computer Services
private:filmijob 2951015 Feb 19th, 2020 12:00AM FilmiJob 633 7.00 Open Human Resources Feb 19th, 2020 10:24AM Feb 19th, 2020 10:24AM Solución personalizada para unificar y automatizar los procesos de selección masivos mediante el uso del vídeo, gamificación y algoritmos predictivos, aprovechando el punto de venta como canal de captación de talento mediante una App móvil. Los candidatos tendrán que completar los retos, responder en vídeo a las preguntas, y nuestro software realizará una selección con los trabajadores más afines. Open Recursos Humanos, Selección de personal, Selección de Personal, Headhunting, Videoentrevista, Entrevista de selección, Entrevista de trabajo, Reclutamiento Open Paseo de la Castellana, 93 Madrid Madrid ES Technology Software & Computer Services
private:filmijob 2687696 Feb 18th, 2020 12:00AM Take Eat Easy 8.6K 41.00 Open Internet Feb 18th, 2020 12:18PM Feb 18th, 2020 12:18PM Belgian owned premium food delivery company Take Eat Easy reached a landmark milestone in its history when it achieved 1 million successful deliveries across all four of its markets (France, Belgium, Spain and UK) on July 12th 2016. What makes this achievement even more remarkable is that company did this on comparatively small budgets versus the competition. Benchmarking against it closest competitor, Take Eat Easy raised €16 million in fundraising in 2015 versus Deliveroo, who by comparison, raised €200 million in 2015. 2016 also saw the launch of UberEats into the marketplace, backed of course by its parent company and modern day unicorn, Uber. Take Eat Easy’s geographical dominance in France has been a significant factor in the brand’s success to date, which has included the launch of eight new French cities in 2015/16 to make 13 in total. Belgium also increased its presence to four cities in 2016, including both French and Dutch speaking parts of the country, and Spain now operates in three key cities. In the UK, London was successfully launched in February 2016. As with all start-up businesses however, funding underpins any company’s growth and with the launch of UberEats into the mainstream marketplace and with the impending launch of Amazon into the premium food delivery sector, investors understandably want to see the impact of these two giants entering the market. Despite its huge and recent successes therefore, this represents a very real problem for a company that’s reliant on investors in its early growth stages. As such, it is with huge disappointment for all its staff, restaurants, partners and investors that Take Eat Easy ceased trading at the end of July 2016. The founders of Take Eat Easy would like to say a huge thanks to all those involved and feel proud to have been such a key influence in the transformation of the food delivery sector. Open Internet, Logistic, Food, Marketing Open Technology Software & Computer Services
private:filmijob 2951015 Feb 18th, 2020 12:00AM FilmiJob 633 7.00 Open Human Resources Feb 18th, 2020 12:18PM Feb 18th, 2020 12:18PM Solución personalizada para unificar y automatizar los procesos de selección masivos mediante el uso del vídeo, gamificación y algoritmos predictivos, aprovechando el punto de venta como canal de captación de talento mediante una App móvil. Los candidatos tendrán que completar los retos, responder en vídeo a las preguntas, y nuestro software realizará una selección con los trabajadores más afines. Open Recursos Humanos, Selección de personal, Selección de Personal, Headhunting, Videoentrevista, Entrevista de selección, Entrevista de trabajo, Reclutamiento Open Paseo de la Castellana, 93 Madrid Madrid ES Technology Software & Computer Services
private:filmijob 2951015 Feb 17th, 2020 12:00AM FilmiJob 633 7.00 Open Human Resources Feb 17th, 2020 12:36PM Feb 17th, 2020 12:36PM Solución personalizada para unificar y automatizar los procesos de selección masivos mediante el uso del vídeo, gamificación y algoritmos predictivos, aprovechando el punto de venta como canal de captación de talento mediante una App móvil. Los candidatos tendrán que completar los retos, responder en vídeo a las preguntas, y nuestro software realizará una selección con los trabajadores más afines. Open Recursos Humanos, Selección de personal, Selección de Personal, Headhunting, Videoentrevista, Entrevista de selección, Entrevista de trabajo, Reclutamiento Open Paseo de la Castellana, 93 Madrid Madrid ES Technology Software & Computer Services
private:filmijob 2687696 Feb 17th, 2020 12:00AM Take Eat Easy 8.6K 41.00 Open Internet Feb 17th, 2020 12:36PM Feb 17th, 2020 12:36PM Belgian owned premium food delivery company Take Eat Easy reached a landmark milestone in its history when it achieved 1 million successful deliveries across all four of its markets (France, Belgium, Spain and UK) on July 12th 2016. What makes this achievement even more remarkable is that company did this on comparatively small budgets versus the competition. Benchmarking against it closest competitor, Take Eat Easy raised €16 million in fundraising in 2015 versus Deliveroo, who by comparison, raised €200 million in 2015. 2016 also saw the launch of UberEats into the marketplace, backed of course by its parent company and modern day unicorn, Uber. Take Eat Easy’s geographical dominance in France has been a significant factor in the brand’s success to date, which has included the launch of eight new French cities in 2015/16 to make 13 in total. Belgium also increased its presence to four cities in 2016, including both French and Dutch speaking parts of the country, and Spain now operates in three key cities. In the UK, London was successfully launched in February 2016. As with all start-up businesses however, funding underpins any company’s growth and with the launch of UberEats into the mainstream marketplace and with the impending launch of Amazon into the premium food delivery sector, investors understandably want to see the impact of these two giants entering the market. Despite its huge and recent successes therefore, this represents a very real problem for a company that’s reliant on investors in its early growth stages. As such, it is with huge disappointment for all its staff, restaurants, partners and investors that Take Eat Easy ceased trading at the end of July 2016. The founders of Take Eat Easy would like to say a huge thanks to all those involved and feel proud to have been such a key influence in the transformation of the food delivery sector. Open Internet, Logistic, Food, Marketing Open Technology Software & Computer Services

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