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About our guest, Dina Bayasanova:
Dina Bayasanova is the Co-Founder and CEO of the skills-based talent marketplace, PitchMe. Before co-founding PitchMe, Dina spent 12 years working for oil and gas multinationals, including Gazprom, Enel, and Zurich Investment Services. Today, Dina has established herself as a thought-leader in the future of the work industry. She has been a mentor at the Exeter Entrepreneurship society and King’s College in London. She has spoken at numerous events, such as the Entrepreneur.com SYOB series and TEDTalk LSE. Dina was also the winner of the MIT Inclusive Innovation Challenge in 2019. She holds a Ph.D. in Economics. Find out more about PitchMe.
- 05:17 - Dina's career
- 07:49 - What is Pitch Me
- 18:51 - Why Dina wanted to disrupt recruitment
- 21:00 - Video component in recruitment
- 24:18 - Employers should hire career shifters
- 28:27 - How employers should advertise for jobs
- 33:18 - Dina's advice to job hunters
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