Ecommerce companies, startups step up campus hiring

Ecommerce companies, startups step up campus hiring
Ecommerce companies, startups step up campus hiring

Ecommerce companies and startups are stepping up hiring by 50-100% from India’s leading engineering colleges and B-schools this placement season as they seek candidates who are quick to learn new-age tech skills such as Big Data and Internet of Things and adapt to fast-paced business environments.

Udaan, Droom, Flipkart, Amazon, Toppr, Testbook and NoBroker are among those hiring aggressively from campuses across multiple functions including operations, human resources, finance, business development, product management, marketing, sales, data science, software.

For many of these companies, the campus intake from the Class of 2020 will be the highest ever. Online learning firm Toppr, for instance, is hiring more than 100, double that of last year. “Not only is entry-level talent bursting with energy to perform well, it also has an impressive learning curve,” said CEO Zishaan Hayath.

Udaan, an ecommerce platform for businesses that raised $585 million from investors a few months ago, is planning to hire more than 50 from the Indian Institutes of Technology and other engineering colleges, more than 100 from B-schools and other campuses, and more than 20 for specialised roles such as chartered accountants.

The unicorn visited more than 30 campuses this year and has increased hiring by 50%, the most till date.

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from Jobs-Economic Times

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