Fetcher secures $27 M in Series B round from Tola Capital


Fetcher, a full-service recruiting automation platform, raises a $27 million Series B investment led by Tola Capital. Current investors G20 Ventures, KFund, and Accomplice also participated in the round. 

Fetcher has now raised $40 million in total funding, allowing it to expand its efforts in building robust, qualified applicant pipelines for talent acquisition teams and outreach and diversity analytics, CRM capabilities, and global sourcing support.

Fetcher intends to expand abroad and develop the most effective sourcing platform for busy talent acquisition teams with this fresh financing. It will continue to improve its platform to guarantee that recruiters and hiring managers have a consistent stream of quality, interested candidates, as well as introduce more ATS integrations, CRM features, and other features.

“The state of recruiting has changed. Remote hiring has made candidate competition global, and the pandemic has forced companies to grow their hiring efforts with smaller recruiting teams. Diversity hiring is also more front and center, as it should be. These factors have led to talent acquisition teams needing automation to build diverse talent pipelines and hire faster, ultimately leading to our revenue tripling in the last year and continuing to grow as we update the product and expand internationally,”

Andres Blank, co-founder and CEO of Fetcher.

Fetcher‘s recruitment automation platform connects with dozens of applicant tracking systems (ATS), Gmail, and Outlook to make the sourcing and outreach process as simple as possible. 

Recruiters can use its one-click Chrome plugin to manually source candidates on LinkedIn, screening them into automated email outreach sequences for engagement.

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