South Korea’s homegrown popular business card management app Remember, developed by Korean startup Drama & Company, is growing fast pace. The number of career scout proposals through Remember, a must-have app for office workers, has exceeded 2 million cumulatively.
Remember achieved this feat in about half a year. It had got a cumulative number of 1 million cases last year. The number of proposals per month, which was less than 5,000 per month at the beginning of the service launch, has increased by more than 30 times, reaching 150,000 per month recently. The cumulative number of matches directly connected to the company by the talent who received the scout proposal is about 400,000.
Gaining popularity with hirers & job seekers
Remember helps users organize new contacts by scanning business cards directly into their phones. Remember provides a career scout service where corporate HR managers or headhunters can instantly find key talent and send scout proposals. The biggest strength is that it is possible to offer customized scout proposals by searching for talents by various conditions such as job, position, age, industry, skill, etc., and those who are incumbents in a specific company these days. In addition to talent search in Korea, it also provides a solution that notifies the 3.5 million members of Remember customized job postings with a targeted push message.
More than 900,000 members have registered their profiles on Remember to receive scout proposals and find jobs in Korea. It is a trend steadily increasing through word of mouth among career job seekers who want to receive a good offer even if they do not intend to change immediately. The fact that one can easily register and edit profiles anytime, anywhere through the Remember app also increased.
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