Personforce is a job site designed for a world where content is distributed in new ways, audiences are fragmented, and communities are formed around common backgrounds and interests. We are the backbone of a large, distributed job site that allows employers to target highly qualified candidates and publishers to better monetize their traffic.
Today, we allow recruiters to reach students and alumni at top universities or target job seeker with specific interests like technology or healthcare. Our publishing partners give recruiters access to students and alumni from Harvard, Stanford, Yale, Dartmouth, Cornell, Penn, Berkeley, UNC, Princeton and many more top schools.
In the process of doing so, we help publishers better monetize their web traffic through our job boards. Since most publishers don’t have the resources to build a job board or focus on selling job listings to employers, we manage and sell the board for them. We provide individual sales support to our job board publishers and that explains why our job board solution is the most profitable one available for publishers today.
Prior to Personforce, Rohin was a management consultant at Oliver Wyman and Mercer Management Consulting, where he focused on sales force and marketing strategy. He has worked in business development at LumaSense Technologies and as a venture analyst at Allen & Buckeridge. Rohin has an MBA from Stanford University, and graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Dartmouth College with a degree in economics.
Atif is a serial entrepreneur developing solutions in the Web & Enterprise 2.0 domain. Prior to Personforce, in 2002, he successfully launched an Internet startup, Cogilent Solutions (www.cogilent.com) which currently runs and manages the largest job hunt portal in Pakistan (an enterprise 2.0 application) called, BrightSpyre
He has received numerous awards including "Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2004" Tameer Award from Shell Oil and DHL YES Award for "Young Social Entrepreneur, 2007". Atif was a Reuters Digital Vision Fellow at Stanford University in 2006 where he focused his studies on social entrepreneurship.