Fetcher, an NYC-based full-service, recruiting automation platform, raised $27M in Series B funding.
The round, which brings the total capital raised to date to $40M, was led by Tola Capital, with participation from their existing investors G20 Ventures, KFund, and Accomplice.
The company intends to use the funds to expand its efforts in creating qualified candidate pipelines for talent acquisition teams, along with providing outreach & diversity analytics, CRM functionality, and global sourcing support, and to continue to grow internationally.
Led by CEO Andres Blank, Fetcher provides a full-service, recruiting automation platform that whose combination of machine learning and human intelligence creates curated batches of candidates for every open role. This sourcing model allows recruiters less time spent searching for or filtering candidates. Instead, they can spend more time connecting with potential candidates and hiring managers. It integrates with dozens Applicant Tracking System (ATS), Gmail, and Outlook to simplify the sourcing and outreach process. One-click Chrome extension lets recruiters manually source on LinkedIn and filter qualified candidates into automated email outreach sequences to encourage engagement. Its analytics allow companies to track top performance metrics at both the individual and team level, as well as at the position- and company level.
Fetcher works with hundreds of companies, including Behr Paint, Albertson’s, Foursquare, and Shutterstock.