|Description||Jobs at startup companies|
|Seed, 6/2008 |
Startuply, a Y Combinator company that launched in July 2008, is a job site focused on jobs at startups. The company argues that the average college graduating engineer goes to Google, Microsoft or another large tech company is that they don’t know about smaller startups, where they may have more responsibility and be happier. Startuply aims to solve this problem.
The company allows free job listings from startups, and gives them the opportunity to create extensive profiles that describe what they do. They also provide startups a widget that they can use to list their jobs on their own websites.
The company was previously called Jowba, which launched in late February of 2008.