• NEW YORK, NY–(Marketwired – May 9, 2017) – WHO: Crowded, the rapidly growing online sourcing and engagement platform for tech jobs WHAT: Will host its May Tech Jobs Meetup, featuring recruiters and hiring managers from leading employers, including event partner Microsoft. WHEN: Wednesday, May 31, 2017 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. EDT WHERE: Microsoft Technology […]

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  • We are featured in the hard copy and online edition of Talent Economy Magazine, where Michelle Rafter interviewed Crowded CEO, Howard Schwartz, for the article: Are Bots the New HR. You can check out Howie’s highlited quotes here, and pick up the magazine at news stands this month!

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  • Our March Tech Jobs Meetup at the DiMenna Center in NYC was so well attended we ran out of coat hangers. On the upside, the free beer and pizza held out and everyone got an earful of nitty-gritty details on landing a great job. Keynote speaker and veteran recruiter Steve Levy let attendees in on […]

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  • NEW YORK, NY–(Marketwired – Apr 6, 2017) – WHO: Crowded, the rapidly growing online sourcing and engagement platform for tech jobs WHAT: Will host its April Tech Jobs Meetup, featuring recruiters and hiring managers from leading employers, including event partner UBS. WHEN: Tuesday, April 25, 2017 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. EDT WHERE: UBS Financial […]

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  • Last week, we were excited to host our February Tech Jobs Meetup! It’s hard to imagine that only two months ago, we started out hosting the Meetups in our humble Manhattan offices . . . This month’s Meetup welcomed 300 Software Engineers and Developers to the DiMenna Center at 450 W 37th Street in Manhattan. […]

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  • Raise your hand if you’ve ever started filling out a job application online and stopped because, well, the whole process just sucked. Yeah, we hear you. At our January Meetup, we talked to the 200 software developer attendees about just how terrible the job application experience can be. From 10-page forms that aren’t mobile friendly, […]

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  • There’s been a lot of buzz in recent years about professionals building a personal brand. Essentially it’s marketing yourself and your career as a brand—just like Apple, Coca-Cola, Nike, or Samsung. But you’re not a product, you’re a person. And you’re not a marketer, you’re a software developer. So personal branding doesn’t apply to you, […]

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