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Yellojobs.com parts ways with NDTVjobs.com, reaches out to users directly

03-October-2007
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Yellojobs.com parts ways with NDTVjobs.com, reaches out to users directly

Yellojobs.com has announced the commencement of direct relationship with users for their Indian job portal. The service that was available from NDTVjobs.com will now be available from Yellojobs.com directly, thus ending the year-long relationship.

Dr Andreas Koestler, CEO, Yellojobs.com Pte Ltd said, “Yellojobs.com has revolutionised the world-wide job market by introducing our patented ‘referral recruitment’ model. We have achieved tremendous success in India and will continue to focus on the Indian market. We have recently launched in Thailand and are extending our services to many more countries around the world.”

Yellojobs.com has come a long way since its launch. It had introduced a concept called ‘YelloRewards’, a financial remuneration that is paid to anyone who refers his friends for jobs. The site has over Rs 20 crore to be given away against thousands of jobs with YelloRewards.

Vikramjit Singh Sahaye, GM India, Yellojobs.com, said, “NDTVjobs.com has been a very fruitful marketing alliance with NDTV and served the mutual purpose of getting a leg up in the Internet jobs space in India. The entire site is fully created, owned and managed by Yellojobs.com. We started a public referral system for recruitments and received extremely encouraging response from users on YelloRewards. This is just the beginning and there’s a lot more to come that will add value and excitement in recruitment processes.”

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