Candidate Clemens Philipp Meyer, Operations Manager at Dentolo, found his current position through MoBerries and explains, why MoBerries is different to any other platform.
- What is your background and what do you currently do for living?
I graduated with a M.Sc. in Entrepreneurship always hungry to learn about the latest innovation & developing a sustainable foot print in the long run. Currently I work as a founding partner on a few projects, but mainly I do love photography. Something that started out as a hobby in 2009, has now taking over as a full-time passion on a freelance basis. But thanks to MoBerries, I found a great position at a young start-up in Berlin, as an operations manager.
- What other platforms did you use when looking for a job and how is MoBerries different, what makes it better for you?
Plenty, to be frank. Taledo, Truffls, LinkedIn Jobs, Stepstone, Debut, Instaffo & AngelList. But the genuine attitude from Mo (the founder) and on the platform provided, was the main difference. It was a refreshing experience. I can only praise MoBot and the matching algorithm, ingenious features that simplify the efforts of generating the perfect fit for both parties.
- How did you use to look for a job before discovering MoBerries, and how did it change when you signed up on our platform?
The ordinary way. Repetitive, stale cover letters. They never really allowed me to generate a lasting first impression. MoBerries got rid of that problem, it made applications much easier to execute and the will to apply multiple times almost tripled for me.
- What is the thing you value the most about MoBerries?
I would say it is the way the company is trying to ignite a spark and make a difference to the perspective on recruitment in the long run. You are not treated as an applicant, but more so as a candidate. Mo founded the platform on the base principles of the American sports free agents market.
- How long were you active on the platform and how would you describe the whole matching & recruitment process?
I signed up during May of 2017, checking for new open positions several times a day. The matching process was pretty straight forward. The initial introduction was most of the times a phone call, that followed within 5 days, down to the candidate’s availability.
Some companies were on point and acted responsively, whereas other companies never got back to you on the initial match.