Founded by Frédéric Voyer and Emilie Korchia, My Job Glasses is the first real-life meeting platform between students and professionals voted « Best Edtech 2020 Company » in March this year.
My Job Glasses was founded upon the two entrepreneurs’ ambition to tackle the lack of vocational guidance among youths by democratizing professional networking. Its innovative concept has already convinced 100,000 students and 50,000 professionals from over 3,000 companies.
After a first €1.5m seed round from the family offices of Pascal Grisot (Alyan Group), Xavier Niel (Kima Ventures) and Jean-Marc Boucher, My Job Glasses has been rapidly growing to become the largest company in Station F with 30 employees. This €5m funding will enable My Job Glasses to invest massively in technological solutions allowing corporates to manage and transform talent pool.
Frédéric Voyer, Co-founder, said: “The purpose of our platform is to put the human back at the heart of the student orientation and recruitment processes, by deploying a solution far beyond simple job boards or forums and bridging the gap between students and professionals. With my business partner, Emilie Korchia, we intend to massively invest in technological solutions for the management and transformation of talent pool.”