Recruitment software provider Tribepad has launched a HR technology hub and £1m fund. Based in Sheffield, UK, Tribepad Ventures will serve as an incubator and accelerator for new companies in the HR technology sector.
Alex Raubitschek has been appointed to board of Tribepad Ventures as a non-executive director, joining Tribepad founders Dean Sadler and Dan Kirkland. Raubitschek is a specialist work tech adviser with more than 20 years’ experience and will lead Tribepad Venture’s investment committee.
Sadler said: “Through Tribepad Ventures we want to offer budding entrepreneurs our tech expertise, world leading enterprise-level technology, and anonymised data on millions of job applications to create the work-tech of the future. We want to work with new companies to help change the face of business productivity and employee experiences at businesses large and small, while driving and establishing Sheffield at the centre of tech excellence.”
Tribepad Ventures aims to attract work tech businesses at the incubator and accelerator stages of their life cycles. Those businesses will get advice to help refine their ideas, scale the technology and build out business plans. They will also have access to seed capital, technical support, and business coaching so they can achieve growth outcomes over a defined period.
Announcement: Tribepad Ventures Launches HR Tech Hub and £1M Fund