Neitui, a recruiting service focused on IT talents, announced 2.5 million yuan (around $407K) of angel investment from Innovation Works, pushing the company’s valuation to 10 million yuan (report in Chinese).

Founded by two programmers from Shanda in April of this year, Neitui, a vertical recruiting website for IT talents, introduced the internal recommendation mechanism popular among professionals to the Internet. The service adopted a raft of measures to screen headhunters, such as checking the suffix of register’s emails and limiting the daily position posts and resume delivery number of users.

In addition, nearly 90 Internet companies, like Alibaba and Baidu, have settled in the Neitui Contact channel, where job hunters can find current employees of these companies. If there are no appropriate positions on the platform, job hunters can contact these people directly by sending an email or a resume, and the current employees of these companies will reach out for applicants if appropriate positions are available.

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Emma Lee

Emma Lee is Shanghai-based tech writer, covering startups and tech happenings in China and Asia in general. We are looking for stories related to tech and China. Reach her at lixin@technode.com.