Recruit.net Wins Red Herring Asia 100 Award

 

 

Fastest growing job-search engine clinches top award for Asian technology companies

Recruit.net the leading job search engine for Asia Pacific has been named a winner of the Red Herring Asia 100 award for 2007.

Red Herring Top 100 Asia

Red Herring 100 Asia is an exclusive annual event honoring 100 cutting-edge private technology companies from across the Asia-Pacific region. The event brings together an elite roster of entrepreneurial and global venture investment firms to showcase excellence in innovation.

“We are honored to be winners of this prestigious award for 2007, and to join the impressive roster of ground breaking companies that have won this accolade in the past.” Said Maneck Mohan, Founder & CEO of Recruit.net

Red Herring Magazine announced on the 29th of August 2007 that Recruit.net Ltd. has been officially selected as a winner of the prestigious “Red Herring 100 Asia” 2007 award. The news was announced at a gala dinner during the event in Hong Kong, China .

Winners were selected from a pool of more than 600 applicants based in 16 countries/regions including China , India , Japan , Singapore , Korea , Australia and Vietnam . The names of the 200 companies short-listed as finalists for the Red Herring 100 Asia 2007 along with the 100 announced winners can be found online at http://www.herringevents.com/asia07/index.html

The Red Herring editorial team carefully selected the winning companies based on both quantitative and qualitative criteria such as financial performance, technology innovation, quality of management, execution of strategy, and integration into their ecosystem.

“After a rigorous evaluation process, we’re very happy with winners we selected,” said Joel Dreyfuss, Editor-in-Chief of Red Herring. “There was a large pool to choose from and we’re impressed by the caliber of innovative talent bursting from Asia’s business and technology sector.”

Distinguished speakers at “Red Herring 100 Asia” included Richard Li, Chairman of PCCW; John Chen, Chairman of Sybase; James Ding, John Hummelstad, APAC Director of Microsoft Venture and many others.

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About Recruit.net

Recruit.net (www.recruit.net) is a Hong Kong based company that operates an international network of trilingual job search engines. Utilizing proprietary search technology Recruit.net enables job seekers to instantly search millions of jobs from thousands of companies across the world. Recruit.net provides a range of features to its users including, online salary checks, job trends, the ability to upload resumes and receive job alerts via email or RSS feeds.

Recruit.net also operates a Pay-Per-Click advertising network called adnet that provides advertisers with the ability to deliver measurable, cost-effective online advertising across a growing international network of partner sites and affiliates.

For more information, please visit http://www.recruit.net

About Red Herring

Red Herring is a global media company uniting the world’s best high technology innovators, venture investors and business decision makers in a variety of forums: a leading innovation magazine; an online daily technology news service; technology research, and major events for technology leaders around the globe. Red Herring provides an insider’s access to the global innovation economy, featuring unparalleled insights on the emerging technologies driving the economy. For more information, visit www.redherring.com.

Contact at Recruit.net:

Andrew Peters, Operations Manager – Singapore

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