Sumon Sadhu: Snaptalent

Focus: Online recruitment advertising

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Sumon Sadhu, 25
: Snaptalent

Sumon Sadhu has crammed a lot into his 25 years. The first ever intern at Library House, he has consulted for the government on enterprise policy, set up Europe’s largest tech entrepreneurship society and sits on the advisory board of Seedcamp. He recently abandoned his Phd to help set up Snaptalent in the US, after being headhunted by Paul Graham of the prestigious Y-Combinator fund.

Using controversial IP targeting, Snaptalent will disrupt the way online recruitment ads are distributed, with relevant job ads appearing where prospects spend their time on the web. Launched in March, Snaptalent has $1.5m backing. Sadhu is confident of big success, and hopes eventually to become an angel investor himself.

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