Palo Alto – June 10, 2016 – Cooley advised Jobr on its sale to Monster. Massachusetts-based Monster says it is looking to target the “next generation of job seekers” by leveraging Jobr’s mobile-focused efforts.
Jobr is a San Francisco-based startup, which has been developing a job-finding app that it describes as “Tinder for jobs.” The app will be integrated with Monster’s platform. Monster is a global provider of a full array of job seeking, career management, recruitment and talent management products and services.
“Bringing the Jobr app and team to Monster will enhance our leading global talent platform for job search, people search, and related solutions across mobile channels,” said Mark Stoever, president and chief operating officer at Monster.
The corporate team advising Jobr included Matthew Bartus, Eric Malis and Bryan Berman. Critical support was provided by Wendy Brenner (employment & labor); Justin Ho (compensation & benefits); and Mark Windfeld-Hansen and Jonathan Rivinus (tax).
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