The biggest hurdle to growth for recruitment companies is finding and hiring recruitment talent. Traditional methods of talent acquisition in the industry are inefficient, and as a result both companies and consultants are missing out on opportunity.

Hunted leverages cutting-edge technology to help recruitment businesses grow more efficiently, and helps recruiters build their careers on their own terms.

Hunted lets you discover, explore and engage with the best companies and opportunities across the globe. You can see past the job description and get full access into the offices, to meet the team and understand what it’s really like to work there.

Our team has a unique combination of experience in corporate recruitment, recruitment to recruitment and recruitment technology. We understand the problem, and it's our mission to build the perfect solution.

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London, GB
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14 (est)+8%
Hunted was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in London, GB

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Hunted has an office in London
London, GB (HQ)
Frizzell House 14-22 Elder St

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Colombian president who hunted down Pablo Escobar: Don't fight the drug war the way I did

Thrust onto the presidential campaign trail after the assassination of Luis Galan in late 1989, Cesar Gaviria won Colombia's highest office in late 1990, and over the next four years he worked closely with the US (and other more suspect allies) to track down lethal drug kin…

Critic’s Notebook: ‘Hunted’ and ‘The Selection’: Igniting Resistance, or Smashing It

Two new reality shows put extreme pressure on contestants. “Hunted” pits fugitives against pursuers, and “The Selection” trains civilians in military arts.

Netflix and CBS Try to Shake Up Reality TV

With “Hunted” from CBS and “Ultimate Beastmaster” from Netflix, the outlets are trying something new in a sleepy genre.

This 'smiling' dolphin is being hunted into extinction

The nearly extinct "smiling" Irrawaddy dolphins continue to get hunted in Myanmar's waters by illegal fishermen. According to AFP, water pollution and electrofishing — where people use car batteries to shock the dolphins — are chiefly responsible for the dolphins' deaths. SEE ALSO: This bone fou…

Fable video game team hunted down troll

A video games chief reveals how he tracked down a teenager who was threatening to reveal his studio's secrets.
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