What is Hub.no?
Hub.no is an online platform tailored to the needs of growth startups. Hub.no helps these companies with recruitment and raising capital followed by access to best practice tools. A focus on recruitment is the first step. We want it to be as easy as possible for startups to find skilled IT employees, project managers, business developers, and sharp communicators.
Who is the target group for Hub.no?
Half of the target group is companies based in Norway with growth ambitions. This gives them different challenges related to scalability. Finding the right team members to build their company is on top of the list. The other half of the target group consists of the people who want to work in a startup or a growth business in Norway. It is those who are already a part of the startup community, students with the dream of becoming entrepreneurs, and staff members at more established firms who previously had a hard time locating jobs on the startup scene. Hub.no is accessible for growth companies as well as their potential employees across professions, industries, and geography.
Who is the team behind Hub.no?
Hub.no is based on a strategic partnership between Grundr AS, RainMaking and Danske Bank. The project has been fuelled by Danske Bank’s wish to help Norwegian companies grow, especially young companies with a global outlook and the ambition to expand fast. Grundr AS, founded and managed by Raja Skogland, is an experienced player in the Norwegian startup community and RainMaking knows about the challenges of early-stage companies from their accelerator program, Startupbootcamp; therefore Grundr AS and RainMaking are a natural partner for Hub.no. Additional partners will be invited to join Hub.no on a running basis.
How do I register my company and vacant positions?
If your company has a recruitment need, you are very welcome to use the platform. Write a mail to email@example.com to have your job posting featured on Hub.no.
How do I become featured in the Funding section?
As you may have noticed, we operate with a broad definition of funding for startups. Aside from money it can come in the form of knowledge or connecting them to the right collaborators at the right time. If you provide any of that - as an accelerator, incubator, venture capital firm or an independent investor - we would like to learn more about you. Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.