500 new jobs at tech start-ups

Your chance to talk to 100 London tech businesses

Your chance to talk to 100 London tech businesses

The Silicon Milkroundabout recruitment fair first took place in May as a way to lure talented developers into the startup scene. It was such a success that another event is planned for 30 October 2011, during which 100 London tech businesses will be looking to fill 500 vacancies. The event was founded by Songkick and is backed by TechCity UK.

Asked what a career at a startup offers over a job in the city or at a large organisation such as Google or Facebook, Songkick CTO Dan Crow told us: "You have an opportunity to have a big impact. At Google there are 25,000 people, at a company like Songkick there are 25. Numerically alone, you have a lot more influence, and you have much more opportunity to be involved in the entire business.

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