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Startup Kliber launches its mobile app on Google Play


Kliber, a Luxembourgish startup, has launched a mobile application connecting recruiters and job seekers via video. Several months after its release on the App Store, the startup is now publishing the app on Google Play. (Featured image: Kliber’s team, from left to right Frédéric Cuvelier, Kristel Weinreich, Jonathan Levi, Nathalie Dondelinger, Joé Neu and Nina Evrard)

Being on Google Play and adding the option to share job offers via the recruitment platform will allow the companies to use Kliber as a unique point of entry in terms of recruiting…

“It is an important step for the development and the credibility of our company”, Kliber co-founder Jonathan Levi says. “We had to be available on the two major platforms in order to satisfy all job seekers willing to embrace and use this advanced technology. Our launch on Android allows recruiters to now reach the entire job market!”

This Android version includes the same features as the iOS one, i.e. the recently launched geolocation system and the possibility to connect through a LinkedIn account. “We are already developing the next version of the app”, Jonathan adds. “The focus is on the user experience and on adding the option to attach a complete CV to the recorded video interview. Moreover, we are going to optimise the recruiters’ interface, which will enable companies to share their job offers with any interested candidate.”

Outside of Luxembourg especially, businesses interested in Kliber were pushing us to develop an Android version, a step which was mandatory for our international expansion.

This new version will of course be developed for both iOS et Android platforms and should be available in the coming months.

Kliber co-founder and CEO Nathalie Dondelinger underlines that these latest developments are also the results of user feedbacks, from recruiters’ and applicants’ side. “Being on Google Play and adding the option to share job offers via the recruitment platform will allow the companies to use Kliber as a unique point of entry in terms of recruiting, giving them the ability to invite all potential candidates to apply to any of the company’s job offers – even candidates who are using a different application path. Companies will therefore benefit from Kliber’s real added value, meaning a complete package of each potential candidate from the very first selection phase on. Outside of Luxembourg especially, businesses interested in Kliber were pushing us to develop an Android version, a step which was mandatory for our international expansion. For those companies, Kliber is the ideal filter against CV spamming and candidates with no real or little motivation to actually work for the companies they apply to”, Nathalie concludes.

Kliber’s faster development in the months to come is also due to its growing team. Nathalie and Jonathan have actually recruited team members at Kliber since the beginning of 2016 and are currently assisted by a team of four. “I think I was one of the firsts to apply to a position at Kliber using Kliber. Applying to a job at Kliber without using Kliber seemed so absurd – luckily, I had an iPhone !”, Joé Neu (20) adds with a smile, “and I am proud to work for this young startup today.”

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