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Case Study: How Snapshopr used our platform to build a talent community of developers

Our product enables businesses to not only find and attract great talent but to build talent communities as well. For the job seeker, and the lifelong learner alike, our product enables them to find and connect with the best companies out there. And some from very niche domains.

Snapshopr, a visual product search provider for retailers and businesses, uses the latest AI techniques to build and improve on their product. To help them achieve their mission, they need the best developers. They also need to connect with and develop a niche talent community of dedicated AI enthusiasts. In order to build and retain such a community, they leveraged our platform to conduct learnups, a peer learning and community building initiative. Here are the results.

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On July 4, 2015, Snapshopr conducted their first learnup using our platform. A total of 133 participants registered with 45 attending. Snapshopr, as a result of the learnup, even managed to hire an intern.

Pleased by the success of the first learnup, Snapshopr conducted another learnup session on August 15th. This time the statistics were as follows:

Total number of registrations: 140

Turnout: 55

So, as a result of leveraging our platform, Snapshopr has directly connected with a total of 100 AI enthusiasts. In addition, Snapshopr has details of all registered candidates that they can reach out to at later dates.

Buoyed by the success of these learnups, Navneet, from Snapshopr said that learnups are a great way to create a “healthy and collaborative community.”  He also talked about the Snapshopr AI learnup in particular, and mentioned that these particular series of learnups are a great way to “increase awareness about AI technologies for the general public.” He is committed to doing “one quality learnup every month.”

Want to build a talent community of your own? Connect with at Subhendu@venturesity.com and register on our platform. Schedule a date for the learnup, and watch the registrations come in!

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