20 – JobAdX: Disrupting Job Boards with Programmatic Job Advertising Tool

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About the episode:

Amit Chauhan is the CEO of JobAdX, a programmatic job advertising tool for employers and job publishers. While waiting in the huge line of candidates for Google’s interview, Amit came up with the idea of building a more efficient recruiting process. Then JobAdX came into exist. JobAdX learns from job seekers’ behaviors and provides employers’ job postings a better exposure .

About Host Patrick McGuire

Patrick is a creative entrepreneur, team leader, and Altitude Accelerator board member who has focused on the sales and success of companies including: HR tech, fintech, sports tech, Software-as-a-Service, cannabis (CBD / THC), nutrition, health and wellness, fitness corporations, and business of all sizes with a love for helping business grow and scale from $500k to north of $50m. With an entrepreneurial mindset focused on team-building, his ethical leadership delivers win-win solutions for his companies and clients.

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Amit Chauhan (00:00)
Hey, it’s Patrick. Before we start, at the time of this recording, we went through a bit of a name rebranding from Ric Centre to Altitude Accelerator. With that in mind, we hope you enjoy the following interview. Welcome to the Startups Transform podcast. I’m Patrick McGuire, your host, board member, and advisor at Altitude Accelerator, where we help startups scale to new heights. We chat with phenomenal tech business leaders who climb their way to success within their industry. Our guests delve deep into the lessons they’ve learned along the way so that you can get a head start on your next big idea. Very excited today. Very cool. Probably something that we should all know more about and do better. Especially if you’re listening to this. You are probably already an entrepreneur. You may already have a business, you may be well established, it doesn’t matter what you are. But you’re going to need this guy’s services, his company and software and technology, their insights, their data analytics and so much more. And you’re going to wonder why I’m saying it in such a passionate way. Because the reality is we all need better people around us. And that’s what we’re going to talk about with my new friend here, Amit Chauhan.

Patrick McGuire (01:20)
We’ve got a great opportunity to talk about what Amit is doing with JobAdX. So Amit, thank you so much for joining us.

Amit Chauhan (01:27)
Thanks, Patrick. Thanks for having me here.

Patrick McGuire (01:29)
Appreciate it. Now everybody’s probably starting to wonder, what the heck is this guy talking about? What is this thing that we all need? Well, JobAdX, first of all, if you’re thinking it’s just a job board, don’t worry, we’ll explain that in a few minutes. It is not just a job board. I’m so impressed that now that I’ve had a conversation with Amit, it is way deeper than that. It is job boards on steroids and job boards S with the capital there brings them all together and make something special and tells you where you can really benefit. I’m going to read the byline. I’m going to get a minute to fix me. It says jobADX attract unique, relevant candidates consistently to job advertisements, improve your candidate targeting, maximize budget potential, and increase candidating engagement with optimized ad automation. All right, that’s a mouthful. That’s a lot of stuff about jobs. Can you kind of tell me what it really is that you guys are doing?

Amit Chauhan (02:22)
So how we see look at job ads are especially understanding from the employment market is almost all employers weighs close to 40% of their job distribution budget without actually understanding where their job should be going and how to optimize it. We come into the market with our expertise and consumer ethic and we have seen that how companies like Opens or App Nexus have improved the added consumer side advertising and that’s what we bring to recruitment space with the programmatic. Job advertising. Our goal is to give analytics to employers and giving them more information about what jobs perform on what job boots, and giving them access to the job boots they didn’t know even exist. Like, you’ll be surprised to know they’re close to 5000 job boards in US alone. And employers mostly only know about ten. So in our case, it’s crazy. It is. And this is just the tip of the iceberg, because what we have seen is like, an average employer can spend up to $100,000 on multiple job boards for a couple of months without knowing that they’re only reaching close to 35% of the actual job seeker market. That’s where we come in.

Amit Chauhan (03:31)
We give two key elements to employers. First is improving their job advertising ROI. After using our platform for first couple of months, we have seen our employers like ROI increasing by close to 45%. But most importantly, we actually increase their talent reach by close to 1200% just by letting them reach to the job board they didn’t know existed.

Patrick McGuire (03:54)
That is pretty cool. I mean, not knowing about job boards. Okay, that’s the first mistake we all make. We think we know what it is, and we typically just go to the biggest job board advertiser, and that’s the one we plug into our Google search or whatever we’re using. I had no idea that companies could be wasting so much money and getting almost no result. And I think you’re right. Being able to search the right job board with right job posting and knowing which one it is, it’s no longer a guessing game when they’re using job ADX. I love that you give those data analytics. So when were you guys founded?

Amit Chauhan (04:30)
Yes, originally we were founded in 2014 in Thunderbay, Ontario, out of all places.

Patrick McGuire (04:37)
But I’ve been there a few times. I got family from here.

Amit Chauhan (04:41)
I know. And I love Thunder Bay. Like, our history with the Thunder Bay has been remarkable, but originally, company took shape in India, and that happened, I think, out of like in a situation where I went for an interview drive conducted by Google. And what I was actually able to see there, they were almost like five or 6 km long line outside the venue. And I was one of those candidates. There’s a huge line and Google is hiring, everyone is going. But what I realized was there like maybe 50 or 60 thousand people here. How is Google going to process
so many resumes? I knew from right out of the gate, I was like, they’re not even looking at those resumes. There’s just no way it’s going to happen. So I stood in that line, I was just thinking my wheels were turning. I was like, we need to do better. By the time I got to the gate of the venue, I decided that I’m not actually going with the whole process. I stepped out, went home, and I started working on at that time, we have a different product idea in mind. It was called Recruit, which was social job advertising and retargeting platform.

Amit Chauhan (05:49)
And then that’s how we kind of started the whole process, because we found one key element which was inefficiency in the system. And I think that’s where the whole process comes in, that if we can find any efficiencies in a business model, that’s the opportunity.

Patrick McGuire (06:05)
It’s really cool. Also that I think one of the things I heard there, Amit, is that you looked at a problem that you are currently experiencing, and that problem, even Google didn’t realize it was such a big problem. And I always find it very impressive when companies and startups can find the problem, solve a problem, provide that solution, and present it to the employers, or the possible prospective companies, if you will, their clients and say, hey, did you know you have this problem? And they go, no, we just posted job boards and you’re going, well, here, let me fix it for you. So, I love that because they really do adopt it now, you guys have been growing fast. We’ve been doing great stuff. You’ve got some great clients. I mean, point B and Michael’s and Dick Sporting Goods and Cracker Barrel and I can keep going. So, for anyone listening, this is huge. Other companies with great big brands and boatloads of marketing and advertising dollars for their recruitment drives are choosing jobAdX because they do a better job, because of data analytics, because of relationship. I mean, Bed Bath and beyond.

Patrick McGuire (07:14)
Banana Republic hired symphony. It just keeps on going, folks. So tell me, you guys have been doing great, but how about some awards, recognition, things that other people think that you’re doing a great job?

Amit Chauhan (07:31)
Yeah, so we’ve been fortunate to get some decent industry recognition. So, for example, in 2016, we actually got the Innovative Company of the Year Award in Northwestern Ontario. It was actually conducted by the Northwestern Ontario Innovation Center. Then very recently, in 2019, we were actually the city winner of Fundega pitch contest, and we were one of the finalists to go to Montreal to compete for the $1 million award. Within our industry, we have been named one of the best programmatic job advertising platforms for almost every year. We also were considered one of the top partners for job boards in the Rescue Award, which is very industry focused, so very humbled to actually see with a small thing that we have that we got the recognition. And that actually means that, okay, something we are doing is working.

Patrick McGuire (08:20)
I mean, it’s huge. You guys are doing a great job.

Amit Chauhan (08:22)
Thank you.

Patrick McGuire (08:23)
I’m curious, I mean, who really is your audience, like, when you’re looking for the ideal customer?

Amit Chauhan (08:30)
I’ll say our audience has changed since our inception. I think it was more on the strategy side. So when we launched the platform back in 2017, after our pivot from the original product in 2014, we went after the lowest hanging fruit and I think that’s the key for any startup. Like, you don’t want to try to sell to the big employers because enterprise sales can kill you. It can take forever and not result in anything. So what we realize without understanding the space knowledge, that the best way to get in is to reach out to the agencies which already have the enterprise relationships and they’re always looking for better ways to distribute their clients budget. So companies like Bayard Advertising, Symphony, Talent Recruiters, so a lot of these companies and we had some previous relationship with them, with our previous product, so it was easy to get in. We used our relationship to actually show them the results, early results. And we’ve been fortunate that we still have those relationships since we launched. Then we realized that, okay, we have enough data points, we have enough recognition in the industry. And now what we see is more inbound leads come through our way from some large companies where they are recognizing that, okay, hey, you know what?

Amit Chauhan (09:45)
We wouldn’t be working with job addicts through an agency, but maybe we can just work with them directly because we are actually getting good results. And now we’re shifting our focus. We’re building more enterprise focused sales organization where we are going to and reaching those clients directly and showcasing our product and services to them.

Patrick McGuire (10:02)
That is awesome. So just like Amit said, you might start out with the low hanging fruit, get those deals done, build the relationships, build the trust and the respect that you really believe you earn and deserve as you grow and then start getting those enterprise clients, they’ll come to you. I hate that term because it’s crazy. But if you build it, they will come. I think if you build it right, you target your audience properly, then they’ll come.

Amit Chauhan (10:27)

Patrick McGuire (10:28)
All right, so tell me something early. We’re going to pivot a little more to you now because being a founder, being an executive, we want to know more about what makes you tick as a start up type guy. What’s something that happened early on in your career or your life that it’s impacted the way that you are working today?

Amit Chauhan (10:47)
One of the things was very early in my career, I was working in this web development company back in India and I was in this position. I was the only salesperson, marketing person, anything apart from tech. I was the only guy doing that. And what it gave me was the opportunity to experiment with things, start with almost no resources whatsoever. Then I realized I was enjoying it. So I usually like used to say, our founders best friend is Google. If you don’t know something, just search for it. You will find answers. So let’s see. Whenever I need something, I search and there’s information available. It’s just like, how far can you look? So I became a self starter from that particular role and I was wearing very different hats. One day, they will just make me like a product guy for a new in house product. So I actually saw the product development lifecycle there. Then I was the marketing guy. I was writing content. I was doing sales call. I was doing everything. So six to seven months into that role, I was like, okay, I like this. And I think at that time, there was a lot of buzz around startup, Excel read up programs.

Amit Chauhan (11:57)
I was following them. I was reading about what’s tech stars, what is the Y combinator and everything. So I think my experience at that company, along with my interest, is the start of world. That led to me taking the big leap of let’s do something. I was like, It’s either now or never. I usually say, like, you know, there will never be a good time unless you decide it’s today. So that’s pretty much what it is.

Patrick McGuire (12:22)
Yeah. Every day is a great day to start your great idea. It’s also the worst day, but it’s the best day. Absolutely. You sort of go, oh, my goodness, there’s so much work to do. But now I’ve said it, we got to go do it. So we kind of already understood what’s inspired your startup. It was waiting in a big, long line, I’m going to imagine. It was a hot day. Being Indian.


Patrick McGuire (12:48)
5 people. It’s just compounding the heat, the stress, the sweat, dealing with being in line with 5km mean, I don’t even know how many people that would be, but 5km of people, the stress of that alone would make me want to find another job or a better recruitment tool. And I’m so glad that you’ve done it. That’s what I’m going to say out of that. I’m glad you did it. What was the important Pivot that we should know that made you become jobadX?

Amit Chauhan (13:16)
Absolutely. So I’ll be honest, right? That when we entered the space, we didn’t know anything about job advertising, so we just thought, okay, yeah, thank you, and we entered the space thinking, okay, let’s find out. And initially, our focus was how we can fix the problem for job seekers. Like, okay, you know what, let’s make a job seeker centric tool. What we realized was the problem needs to fix from the employer perspective is more important than actually fixing it from job seeker. Because if employers have the right tool, they can do a better job in hiring and communicating with the candidates and everything. So with the recruit, which was our first tool, the focus was more on the job seeker side. And we realized that job seekers like it, but if it’s not in front of right employers, it’s not going to be useful. And recruit did give us one big advantage, was that we were able to navigate the industry. We were able to understand that, okay, who are the different players, what they are doing how the whole industry works. And then we stumbled upon the whole concept of programmatic job advertising and it’s like, okay, bingo.

Amit Chauhan (14:26)
That’s what we were looking for. That’s where we can make a difference because we know the programmatic advertising from consumer, etc. And now we can bring those concept into recruitment space. And that was kind of like that Eureka moment for us.

Patrick McGuire (14:40)
I’m going to call it out. 4 million jobs have been served through jobadx. 17% in clicks. That’s effective clicks, folks. That’s not just random banter type eyeballs skimming across it and they’re published in over 100 plus networks. I mean, integrating and published across all those is absolutely amazing. So I like to talk about people that have done a good job. You deserve it. And big respect from me and all of the startup entrepreneurs that are out there because we know it’s not an easy thing to do.

Amit Chauhan (15:09)
No, thank you.

Patrick McGuire (15:10)
Well, we talked about the good stuff so far. I got to ask you, not eve
rything’s easy. What may have been a bad decision that you guys have gone through?

Amit Chauhan (15:20)
Oh, I can write a book on that decision. Yeah, I think what we see is being a startup founder is like you make one right decision and maybe 20 wrong and that’s pretty much it. But we have learned that it’s not good to beat yourself up on the wrong decision, but it just live with it and make sure you improve and learn from it. But if you talk about some of the highlights of ours, I think early in the career, focusing too much on raising capital. And I think it goes both ways because when we are like a new entrepreneur, we lose the focus that the core function of a business is to generate capital, not to raise capital. But sometimes in the glory of the we see world, it actually gets sidetracked and we say, okay, you know what, let’s make a product and go raise capital. So we’ve been through that, focusing too much on that, spending too much time, chasing too many investors. I think that was one of the things I’ll say, I would never do that again. Build a product, have a customer base, have revenues. You will get investors like if you need them.

Amit Chauhan (16:26)
Now I think our focus has been building a profitable company and things just changed so much when the focus shifts from raising capital to building a profitable business that now you’re just funding your own growth. Basically.

Patrick McGuire (16:39)
Excellent. I’m going to call it out. Entrepreneurs out there, startups, even executives who think you’re super seasoned, let’s be honest, you’re going to make bad decisions, but you’ll make good ones too. Own them both good and bad. And for the startups that are really pushing it, you want to have that focus. As a Mitt said, if you’re focusing for funding and capital raising, focus on a specific time frame, focus on a specific number whether it’s the dollar number or total investors. And don’t just raise money, don’t just chase money. That’s what I call raising money, chasing money, interview the money, get the right partners. And maybe it’s one, maybe it’s two, maybe it’s ten or 30 different investors that are part of your portfolio. But make sure you’re getting the right ones and stay focused. And when you hit that number, as Amit clearly said, whatever that number is, stop the capital chasing. Focus on building the best product and the most profitable business you can. I think that’s great advice, Amit. I really do appreciate it. And that’s why I really wanted to hammer those down. Amit going from that bad decisions, which they’re not really bad, because you clearly learned who made the decision to chase the capital for that period of time, who is the leader in that approach?

Amit Chauhan (17:50)
No matter what good decision or bad decision, we own it as a team. So the founding team, we understand one thing, that the moment we start pointing fingers at one another about taking a wrong decision, that’s when the splits happen. And we know altogether that how many startups fail because founders split up. So from the very beginning between each other, between me and the other two co founders that I have, we’ve been very honest and I’ll go to them and admit my big wrong decisions and they will admit theirs. But to a third person, it’s always a team decision. So we never say that okay, I made a bad decision, or this amazing change we made, it was my decision. We always say the founding team decided this, so it’s always a team decision.

Patrick McGuire (18:34)
Yeah, it’s good. And I’m hearing that more and more. So I’ve been around, I’ve been involved in entrepreneurship since I was in even high school. But as a business, I’ve been doing it for over 20 years now. And what I do like that I’m hearing now more than ever in the last roughly two years, I am hearing great startups only talking about the team. Whether it’s the founding team, the management team, or the whole team. They’re not talking about the individuals that the one person that did something awesome or the one person that did something awful. It’s refreshing. I love it. And although it’s a smaller team, the founding team that makes these decisions, it’s a team. So it’s a very different approach.

Amit Chauhan (19:13)

Patrick McGuire (19:14)
So what came from the challenging decision to focus on chasing capital? What have you done differently since then?

Amit Chauhan (19:21)
So many things. When we do a start up, I think there’s always those times when you just have to raise capital or you can say you have to make a certain decision, maybe a pivot or maybe something like that. Right. So the learning is about what led us to that particular point. So what is the planning before that? Did we do the cash flow management properly on the product? Side did we do the product development properly or product planning properly? So the idea for us is the learning that came in that every single piece in this whole machinery that we call a startup is very important. And the cash flow management is the key. The startups that focuses more on that from day one, they will have more efficient ways of raising capital and demonstrating the requirement and the need of capital. We got better at that. We got better at that, like over a period of time. Just because understanding, alerting the things that we were missing and making those decisions, like whom we are hiring. Are we hiring too expensive people or are we hiring to save capital or save cost? All those decisions come in play.

Amit Chauhan (20:28)
As long as you’re really looking into your cash flow, you’re looking into like, what you can afford and how it’s going to impact you in three months, six months down t
he road.

Patrick McGuire (20:39)
Excellent. That’s great. I love it. Knowing what you’re doing, knowing what you’re focusing on, I think that’s really important. And learning from every experience, no matter how good or how bad or challenging it is, as long as you’re learning, I think it’s great. All right, I’m going to ask you, what do you think is the most important thing that’s currently led to your company’s success?

Amit Chauhan (21:00)
I would say, like, our determination and discipline. We wouldn’t say that it was an overnight success. I remember someone told me that in startups, overnight success take five to seven years and we are pretty much there now. So I think for us was two factors. It was like we were their mind. That okay, you know what, we will find what is missing and we continue to work through it between our team. Like everyone, we have this habit of self improvement on the mistakes that we have made. So that eventually help drove us in the right direction. But very important thing that I’ll say is we always ask for help. A lot of time, I see the founders try to do everything by themselves, and that should not be the case. Like, you can be good at some things, but you cannot be good at everything and you don’t need to be. We’ve been fortunate in today’s world where information is accessible easily and there are a lot of support system that can help you. And that’s what we did when we realized that, okay, what are the key things or key skills that was missing from our founding team?

Amit Chauhan (22:02)
We go out and look for those people as an advisor, board member, investor in any shape or form we can get them. But asking for help so that we can focus on the things that really matters for us in that particular moment and free up our time. Time is precious.

Patrick McGuire (22:17)

Amit Chauhan (22:18)
That’s very important.

Patrick McGuire (22:19)
That’s good. So let’s remind I got three nuggets out of that one and two is determination. And discipline. You’ve got to have it if you’re going to succeed in anything. And the last one is time is precious. I am going to focus back on you, Amit. I’m going to ask you three things that you wish you could have told your past self before you really got an entrepreneurship.

Amit Chauhan (22:46)
So many initially, definitely I’ll say focus on building the product and not focusing too much on the capital. That’s definitely there. I’ll also say like creating a balance between work and life. Usually with the startup founders, we kind of blur that line. It’s okay, but I’ll still kind of blur that line. Yeah. But I’ll say being like seven years into the whole process, there should be a balance. There should be a time where every startup founders deserve a break from running and building the business. And I don’t know if I can think of a third one just out of my head here, but if I’ll.

Patrick McGuire (23:29)
Come back, I’ll tell you, no worries at all. So that’s the founderitis. You’ve got so many thoughts in your head, you’re not sure which one you want to put out. I love it. So let’s remind people, don’t necessarily focus on the capital raise and the funding. Don’t stress about the funding. Build a great product that people will want to fund. That’s a great way to go and find a worklife balance. Take a break, get rest.

Amit Chauhan (23:56)
You deserve one.

Patrick McGuire (23:57)
Yeah, you deserve one. I meant set it. You deserve one. And what’s the worst thing that happens if you focus too much on the capital and not the product? The product fails. If you don’t have a work life balance, well, your family is going to hate you and they’ll let you know it’s time to make a change. And if that’s the case, you can always go get another job. All right, admits, obviously we’ve done a lot of work and we’ve had a good conversation here. You’ve been growing all by yourself, you as a company, by yourself, the founding team, the management team, the executives, and all the development teams. How did you get in touch with Ric Center? What’s the relationship that you’ve had or experience you had with Ric Centre?

Amit Chauhan (24:36)
Yeah, so as I said right, that ask for help and then you find it. So when we started in India, we somehow ended up in Thunder Bay, Ontario. They started this accelerator program called Co Starter in 2014 and they invited us over and we were part of the innovation center there, the Northwestern Ontario Innovation Center. And the team there was remarkable. We got to know about so many different grants and the programs that they had and they were always trying to make sure that how they can connect us with the right people to help us. So when we decided with the launch of Job Edx that it’s time for us to move to a bigger center and stay closer to Toronto, the first thing I checked is which is the Regional innovation center and GTA. And we were in Mississauga. And the Ric Center was in Mississauga. Like, okay, you know what? I got to reach out to those guys. I’ll say like, the experience for us was from the day one, very good. We had multiple advisors that we work with, from Graham McBride to Geoff Simon
ett. It was great experience for us to understand from them.

Amit Chauhan (25:43)
They helped us in the early days, especially in the Navigating, the network here, be it with investors or the groups and everything. So I’ll tell everyone, here’s the thing. Like, you’re a founder, you’re doing so much by yourself. There are groups, there are people who actual goal role is to help you. So go out, seek their advice, seek their help, and you might actually learn something new.

Patrick McGuire (26:09)
Might learn something new. Always be learning. I think that’s something important to remember for founders. And don’t be afraid to ask for help. I think it’s great. I love that you ask for help. We’re glad that you did it, obviously. We’re very happy that you’ve continued to grow and you found the Ric Centre just by doing a search like a lot of people would do when they’re looking for jobs or companies and startup ideas. I think that’s fantastic and I love seeing your growth. And you mentioned a few amazing people and that’s absolutely wonderful. But don’t forget, no matter who you’re talking to or where you’re going, folks, just like Amit said, ask for help. Don’t be afraid. All right, Amit, what’s the future of the company? What’s got you excited for jobadx?

Amit Chauhan (26:52)
Yeah, there’s two motors that we have, so we moved the office so I don’t have it behind my back. Otherwise the first one is get shit done. And we constantly do that. We actually had that printed. And the other one that we have is we are just getting started. So what we see in our space is we haven’t even touched like, let’s say 2% of the market that’s available to us, and that’s just US alone. So we’re literally just getting started. The programmatic job advertising is still there. So I’ll say the biggest company in our space was acquired two years ago for close to 125,000,000. And that means that the opportunity size is just remarkable. So we want to get past that, get beyond that and build like a global company. Found it and headquartered in Canada.

Patrick McGuire (27:53)
Awesome. Love that. And I have had a thing since 2010 during one of our founding years for one of our companies. I had this thing where people just kept growing canadian companies to ten, maybe 20 million. 20 million seemed to be the mark. You hit that valuation or cash of 20 million and you sold out and you left the country or you moved completely. It just seemed to be this weird phenomenon. It’s starting to change. It’s starting to pivot. Where companies are actually saying, we’re made and built in Canada, we’re staying in Canada and we’re going to grow this to 100 million mark plus. And clearly in your industry, I mean, $20 billion industry last report. Is that what I heard?

Amit Chauhan (28:35)
Yes. So just the job advertising in itself is approximately $25 billion market.

Patrick McGuire (28:41)
$25 billion market. That means there’s just a little bit of opportunity for you to be the next great recruiting company that breaks 100 million mark in Canada. That’s awesome. All right, so before we wrap up, of course, I’ve got one more question for you. If you were given the chance to start all over again, to be an entrepreneur, would you do it?

Amit Chauhan (29:02)
Oh, yes. I’ll tell you, my wife might not like it, but I will. I’ll still do it.

Patrick McGuire (29:09)
You know, coming from someone like you, that sounds great. I love it. The humor, the energy. We know that politely, it’s a disease. My wife has basically just come to understand that this is what we do. We have the highs and we have the lows. But as a family, as a team, our team, the family team, we make it work. As founders, we make it work. And there’s nothing more rewarding than being an entrepreneur. And I can tell you’ve got that energy. You’ve been doing this since 2014. You’re not tired yet and you’re still hustling. You love it. It’s in your DNA, whether you like it or not. And I’m so proud that we are able to have this conversation. I’m so excited for jobadx and everything you guys are doing. So congrats to you and your team. And on behalf of Ric Center, startups Transform podcast, thank you for joining me. Thank you for sharing your story. I appreciate it very much.

Amit Chauhan (30:01)
Thank you, Patrick. Thanks for inviting me. Always happy to share our story and hopefully maybe some founders and entrepreneurs out there get some benefit out of it.

Patrick McGuire (30:11)
Oh, somebody’s going to grab some of those golden nuggets that you dropped and they’re going to find ones that we didn’t even think about and they’re going to pull it out of this and they’re going to do something great. And then they’re probably going to say, we’re so big, we need JobadX to help us out.

Amit Chauhan (30:22)
Yes, always here.

Patrick McGuire (30:23)
Good. How do we get in touch with you?

Amit Chauhan (30:25)
Yeah, well, you can always go to our website. It’s www.Jobadx.com. That’s Joba Dx.com. And you’ll get the contact information there.

Patrick McGuire (30:36)
Excellent. So, folks, Jobadx.com, it’s easy, it’s simple. And you know what? So is our service. It does a great job. I’m going to say, on behalf of Ric Center, I’m going to say on behalf of Startups Transformed, I’m Patrick McGuire. On behalf of Amit Chauhan and the team at Jobadx, thank you so much for listening. Thank you, Amit, for joining us. Have yourself a fantastic day, my friend.

Amit Chauhan (30:59)
Thank you. Thanks, Paul.

Patrick McGuire (31:02)
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