Archive for February, 2009

TribeHQ enters early beta stage

Sunday, February 8th, 2009

TribeHQ, as reported on previously, has quietly entered its beta testing stage.  The development team are still adding core features, but want to get the concept out into the public domain so people can interact with the platform, and submit their thoughts, feedback and suggestions. 

To a recruiter audience, TribeHQ is a next generation job board.  It brings social networking to job seeking.  Employers list a vacancy and tap directly into a community of professionals within a defined occupational “tribe” (e.g. IT professionals, engineers, nurses, HR).  Tribe members are automatically presented with specific job vacancies, based on their career wishes, and can engage in conversation directly with employers.  TribeHQ brings interactivity to recruitment advertising.  It is a major shift away from the directory-board and static approach, and reduces the noise and clutter inherent in existing job advertising.  For more information about TribeHQ click here, here and here.

Please check out TribeHQ and leave your comments via the Feedback facility on the site.  The development team have found all visitor comments to be valuable and many suggestions will be implemented.

Paul Jacobs
Engage (& Co-founder TribeHQ)