HRtech Carv secures $10M

Carv hopes to eliminate admin from the hiring process, maximising interaction between recruiters and candidates.
HRtech Carv secures $10M

Amsterdam-based Carv has raised $10M to offload admin from recruiters following the launch of its recruitment platform in March. With the Seed funding, Carv aims to accelerate its growth and expand the capabilities of its platform into different domains of the recruitment life cycle.

Industry data shows that anywhere between 20% to 40% of a recruiter’s day to day is spent on admin tasks. Carv hopes to automate these processes in order to free up recruiters to focus on the candidates they interact with.

Among the investors are Global Founders Capital (GFC) and several independent angel investors who previously backed companies like Slack, Miro and Revolut. The founding team previously built Harver, a market leader in digital hiring technology.

“We often talk about the future of AI in recruitment on an abstract level. With Carv we make it tangible.” commented co-founder Barend Raaff. “Enabling recruiters to delegate the tasks they shouldn’t spend time on to Carv is a first step towards a reality of integrated AI. One that delivers instant benefits, and simultaneously opens the door to the fundamental rethinking of the hiring process in a later stage.”

“In the years to come, AI will impact every stage of the hiring cycle. In a human-centric process like recruitment, finding the balance between humans and AI is key. With Carv, we’re working towards a reality where there’s optimal synergy between recruiter and AI. Where each takes on the tasks they excel in and strengthens each other in doing so.”

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