Stripes39, an internet based startup focused on creating and funding world class digital consumer experiences and supporting companies, is jump-starting its talent acquisition efforts to accommodate recent growth and expansion. With their core business yielding substantial success, the company is turning its focus towards several new ventures.
Millennium Search founder and CEO Amish Shah was recently interviewed on CNBC's Closing Bell to discuss Twitter’s IPO. The thriving social media network went public on November 7th, offering 70 million shares, equating to roughly 13% of the company. Shah is bullish on the new IPO, commemorating the IPO by purchasing 1000 shares at just over $45 per share. With his second child due in January, Shah said on CNBC that this stock is for his coming child’s college education, and is expecting a payoff in the long term.
Amish Shah, CEO and founder of Millennium Search and managing partner at Sierra Maya Ventures, was recently heard voicing his opinion on Fox Business about the problem of too many tech startups rushing headlong into IPOs. On Money with Melissa Francis, Shah, along with Capitalist Pig Hedge Fund Manager Jonathan Hoenig, voiced their thoughts on the announcement that Zulily, a somewhat profitable flash deal site, has announced its plans to go public.
Millennium Search, the premier executive search firm for technology companies, continues to experience massive growth throughout 2013. Headquartered in Charlotte, NC, Millennium Search is a technology focused search firm catering to technology companies across North America, partnering with today’s emerging and high-growth startups.
Millennium Search, the premier executive search firm for technology companies and startups, has added a new member to the team. Rebecca Rudder of Charlotte, NC has joined the team as a Content Management Specialist.
Loggly, the world’s most popular cloud-based log management service delivering application intelligence, is continuing to grow its team. The company has retained Millennium Search, an executive search firm for technology companies and startups, to aid in their talent acquisition efforts.
Millennium Search, the industry leading technology recruiting firm for software and technology companies, earned record revenues in its first quarter of 2013. The executive search firm saw its highest revenue quarter in its 10 year history, and is already poised to surpass that record in the second quarter of this year.
Serendipity, a data analytics startup in the Bay Area, is expanding its team. The company has partnered with Millennium Search, an executive recruiting firm for software startups, to jump-start their recruiting efforts.
Takes, the camera application that transforms everyday photos into amazing videos, has retained Millennium Search, an executive search firm for technology companies, to help scale their team. With their recent notoriety and success, Takes is looking to begin expanding in several key areas.
Charlotte, NC - Millennium Search, the premier technology recruiting firm, continues to expand its team, making its first new hire of the year. Richard O’Donnell has been brought on to the Millennium Search recruiting team as an Executive Recruiter.
O’Donnell joins the organization from San Francisco, the heart of the startup world and home to a large number of Millennium Search clients. O’Donnell is an experienced technical recruiter, and brings a track record of success helping numerous Bay area startups find top talent for key roles.