Monday February 17, 2020

Sweetening the deal

When Provident CRM found it difficult to source good workers, it came up with the novel solution of founding its own recruitment arm, writes Emmet Ryan

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
5th August, 2018
Gary Cullen: ‘We’ve grown the company 100 per cent out of cash’ Picture: Feargal Ward

The competition to land talent has forced tech businesses of all sizes to come up with creative approaches. With rents sky-high and skilled workers in demand, one Irish SME took a particularly inventive approach.

Software firm Provident CRM decided that if everyone was facing the same challenge in finding staff, maybe it could tackle the problem not only for itself, but for others too. That led to it creating its own recruitment business. Revive is...

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