Gogohire would like to welcome Nate Floyd to the team!

Nate's story: 

After graduating University of California, Berkeley Haas School of Business, Nate joined Pantheon as an Investment Analyst where he assisted the U.S. and Latin America Primary and Secondary investment teams in conducting both quantitative and qualitative due diligence analysis to guide investment decisions.  After leaving Pantheon, Nate joined Crowdflower as a Key Account Strategist, managing key account relationships, and responsible for contract renewals and overseeing successful projects.  

In 2014, Nate packed his bags and ventured to Belize to joined CCRD (Centre for Community Resource Development) where he focused on business development and partnerships. He also successfully launched an after-school computer literacy program for children ages 9-13 years old.  

Outside of work Nate loves to Scuba Dive, snow ski, mountain bike, rock climb, study Thai Massage, and attend Burning Man. 

Nate's responsibilities at Gogohire will include: 

-Creating strategic relationships with Gogohire's key customers

-Ensuring company and candidate engagement on the Gogohire network 

-Driving Gogohire's long-term efforts in expanding into new markets and verticals

-Assisting the Gogohire team build a strong and lasting company culture

The New Gogohire

At Gogohire we have been working hard to build a better sales talent marketplace. This is by far the biggest release since we launched. We are pleased with the outcome, and we hope you are to.

Below are some of the enhancements:

Match Alerts: Enter in your company's hiring needs (job titles and locations) and we will alert you either daily or weekly of when newly added sales talent match your hiring needs.

 

Better Company Profiles: First impressions are everything. Your new company profile should get candidates energized by the potential.

 

New Dashboard Functionality:

-We separated candidate matches and all other candidates

-Added the ability to 'hide' and 'bookmark' profiles

-Each candidate has their own profile expiration

 

Wizard Magic:

We made a ton of updates that you can't see, but will give us the ability to scale our efforts. What does this mean for you? More, better sales talent - faster.

To see these new features and functionality in action, visit Gogohire.com/companies.

The Story of Gogohire

Gogohire was conceived on a sunny afternoon in the East Bay.  At the time, Pete was using a recruiting agency to find his next gig after growing tired of selling recruitment solutions at LinkedIn.  The experience of working with an agency left a bad taste in his mouth.  Frustrated by the length of the process and pressured into jobs he wasn’t interested in, he realized the traditional recruiting model was ripe for disruption.  

That’s when he met Adarsh.  As a full-stack engineer at Cisco (and the winner of thirty-two hackathons), Adarsh was the ideal partner to build a hiring solution that would solve a real need in the market.

In May of 2014, Pete and Adarsh brainstormed a plan for Gogohire.  Within a month, they launched the product and on-boarded their first twenty companies.  Today, Gogohire has nearly two hundred companies on its platform hiring top sales talent faster and more efficiently than any other solution on the market.   

Pete Ryan

With six years of sales experience, Pete has deep expertise in selling software solutions and growing sales teams.  During his time at LinkedIn, Double Dutch and Oracle, he experienced the inefficiencies of the sales hiring process first-hand and set out to build a better solution.  

When Pete isn’t on the phone or in the office, he tries to find time to kite-surf on the San Francisco Bay.      

Adarsh Uppula:

Adarsh spent four years as a software engineer at Cisco Systems where he led ad-hoc teams through project formation, completion and success.  As a whole-systems thinker, he leverages his deep knowledge of the full software stack to build cohesive and elegant solutions.


In his spare time, Adarsh travels around the world to compete in (and win) hackathons.  True to his type, he produces his best hacking and coding work between midnight and sunrise.