Monthly Archives: March 2011

As the new kid on the block here at BraveNewTalent, I get asked this question a lot. Especially since I’ve clocked four conferences in the last three weeks of my first official month at my new job. Enough with all the abstract stuff. Here’s what I’m really doing:

Learning how to demo the product. Usually this is a sales thing. But here’s the deal in a startup. Everyone’s in sales. Aligning messaging…

BraveNewTalent.com, the social recruiting platform that connects people to employers, has now established its US and India presence following venture capital investment.

Lucian Tarnowski, BraveNewTalent’s CEO said “Social recruiting is becoming mainstream. It has landed firmly at the centre of recruitment strategies for many global employers. Our expansion into the US and Indian markets…

When my wife and I decided for personal reasons to relocate to London from California, I was determined to find a good job, and the next stage in my career. In evaluating early-stage startup opportunities, I used many of the same criteria as an investor, looking foremost for a great idea, great team, and great timing. What I found at BraveNewTalent soars above the definition of “good job” or “promising venture,” into the realm of a remarkable business that is also a great cause.

You may have seen my recent post on accepting the role of Head of Marketing, US here at BraveNewTalent. Then again, maybe not. In a nutshell, it describes how I took a long, hard look around at the HR/Recruiting space and chose this company as my place to land. It’s funny when I hear myself blog this way, as some crotchety old timer who’s been around the industry forever. In fact, my “training” in the industry took the form of lots of amazing friends and colleagues, some well-timed opportunities, a FOT-taught crash course in blogging and…

India is transforming. 500 million people between the ages of 24 and 40 are expected to be in the workforce by 2025. This is a huge opportunity for the corporate world to tap into their potential, engage, and employ them on demand. This has been the compelling reason for me to join BraveNewTalent, in their quest of mapping the global talent market, helping businesses…

Thursday, 3rd March 2011, BraveNewTalent.com were featured in the Business section of The Telegraph, highlighting the growth of BraveNewTalent and our vision. In case you haven’t got a copy, please see the full article below:

BraveNewTalent creator Lucian Tarnowski changes the mindsets, reports Louisa Peacock

When 27-year-old Lucian Tarnowski came up with the idea of starting a “Facebook site for corporates” more than two years ago…