EDITION F | Updates

By Susann Hoffmann & Nora-Vanessa Wohlert

EDITION F Experiences High Demand and Attracts Many New Customers


Dear Companists,

Since the start of our Companisto campaign, an incredible number of things have happened. We have received significant media coverage, calls from German DAX 30 companies that wanted to discuss questions concerning recruiting with us, and cooperation and interview requests from major media. We will keep you posted on our progress.


Requests from the B2B Segment

Since the beginning of our Companisto campaign, we have also been receiving exciting requests from the B2B segment. Thus, we are in intense negotiations on native advertising and on our job market with several companies. Also, we have already attracted some new customers, namely McKinsey & Company and its project partners E.ON, Bertelsmann, Porsche, and SAP, and we have created a detailed advertorial for the "Generation CEO" competition together with these companies. Moreover, Protonet and Glispa have become customers of our job market and will publish job offers on our website from now on.


EDITION F Live in Munich


We are looking forward to the next few weeks with you. By the way, at Bits & Pretzels (16 January 2015) or at the DLD Conference (18 through 20 December 2014) in Munich, you will have the opportunity to meet us.

Let us know if you are interested in a personal meeting with us.


Have a great holiday season!

Best regards,
Susann und Nora


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