Skill Based Recruiting Platform Gets Seed Round

Nexza is a recruiting platform that describes itself as sort of a ‘LinkedIn meets Indeed’ for technical talent and tech companies. It launched this past January and has around 50 companies using it.

The startup has closed on $650K in pre-seed funding led by Atlanta-area investor Jon Hallett, a previous backer of Nexza’s co-founder, Rob Patten.

Nexza is entirely free for both employers and candidates to create and host their profile. The employer simply enters their description and company-wide benefits. Then, each individual team — software development, QA, product managers, etc. — can create their own profile specifying their tech stack, individual details and more.

On the candidate side, the individual inputs education, citizenship status, tech and non-tech skills, LinkedIn, Github or personal website. They also clarify what they might be looking for: preferred geography (or remote work), whether they’d like to work from home at all, their ideal company size and role. 

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