Gatszu.com Unveils New Look Website
Gatszu.com Unveils New Look Website and Subscription Charge
The innovative and award winning online recruitment marketplace, gatszu.com, which gives approved recruiters instant access to qualified vacancies without the need for cold calling, business development or acceptance onto a PSL, has unveiled its fresh new look. At the same time, it has announced plans to limit the number of recruitment agencies it grants access to the platform, tighten its vetting procedure, and charge those it does admit into the portal a small annual subscription fee.
Aesthetically, the website has been enhanced to make it easier for users to navigate, while changes have been made to the platforms functionality to improve back-end performance and accommodate the companys plans for rapid growth, courtesy in part to its alliance with Capital Business Media (CBM), and the additional 46,000 employers that have registered as a result of this auspicious partnership.
Until now we have been working on a website that, in truth, was a first draft, explained gatszu.coms Marketing & Communications Director, Simon Swan. We always knew we could do better, and the new, enhanced website is a marked improvement. It too, will evolve, though. As a company with innovation at its core, we will never stop development we are already working on further upgrades.
Aside from the website redesign, the biggest change to gatszu.coms service is the introduction of a small annual subscription charge for recruiters. This will take effect immediately. In addition, new recruiters wishing to sign up will undergo a tighter vetting process, and the number of new admissions will be restricted based on a recruiters sector and region.
We want committed recruiters on the platform that can deliver a high level of service, declared gatszu.com Founder and CEO, Stuart Murray. Our new website and hosting facility can now accommodate the extra 46,000 employers. With those in place, and combined with an aggressive sales and marketing campaign, we are confident that gatszu.com will provide its network of recruiters with the level of service and qualified vacancies that is necessary to justify a small fee.
The subscription charge has been set at a realistic level, and we have offered a substantial discount to our current users, continued Murray. We will also run a promotion until the end of September to attract new specialist recruiters. In addition, we are capping the number of agencies that have access to the platform, so those that are registered will benefit from less competition and more opportunity.