One fine Tuesday, CEO-to-be Joshua was at Coffee Cycle in San Diego brainstorming amazing startup ideas when it hit him:
Why NOT curate an exclusive network of uber-talented techies and developers for companies in need?
but here’s what really happened.
In the wee hours one cold winter night, Joshua’s annoyance level finally hit the roof. He was DONE getting catfished by recruiters who kept pawning off candidates that were all talk and no walk (and no C++).
The tech-recruitment system had to change.
If no one else would do it, he would do it himself.
With his equally frustrated, equally motivated tech buddies, of course.
Putting their heads together, these hustlers came up with some ground rules for a company that would fix tech hiring for real.
And from then on, every tech founder lived happily ever after.
(At least the ones who found Talentcrowd)