Forbes France « 30 under 30 » ranking is awarded to 30 young people under 30 – entrepreneurs, sportsmen and women, creators, engineers established or emerging in their fields. Last year, Forbes rewarded talents like Nicolas Bustamante, founder of Doctrine.fr, and Paul Pogba, the international French football player who became World Champion since. This year, Forbes France received more than 180 applications. An expert panel – made of Forbes France CEO Dominique Busso, Chantal Baudron, Webhelp founder Frédéric Jousset, OnOff founder Taïg Khris, and OneRagtime investment fund founder Stéphanie Hospital – rated each application based on identical criteria. Each of them gave a grade per candidate and the total scores lead to a selection of 30 award winners for the 2019 « 30 under 30 » edition.
Source for text and photo : Forbes.fr
Boost.rs, a French start-up founded in 2017 by Vincent Lebunetel, Grégoire Boutin, Catalin Ciobanu, and Carlos Sanchez (see picture),created the SaaS solution, which allows HRD to map business areas and competencies. Boost offers an overview of the skills within a company. The HR department is thus equipped with an automated and customizable reference guide.
After € 1.5 M in capital were raised among business angels, especially Chantal Baudron, the start-up is launching a remastered version of the application. In 3 clicks, you are now able to match talents with available skills!
« We noticed a 38% drop in recruitment mistakes using Boost.rs », stated FCM Travel HRD Caroline Noizet.
This tool allows you to source potential candidates within your company 7 times faster.
The company, funded by Chantal Baudron and rewarded by RMS, was ranked in the top 5 HR start-ups in 2018.
Source for text and photo : Le Monde Informatique.fr