Berlin/Hamburg 6 June 2017 – The future growth of UK start-ups has been a contentious topic as of recent months. With the UK’s decision to leave the European Union, British start-ups will lose access to the European Investment Fund which has been vital in ensuring the UK’s start-up boom. However, Chancellor Philip Hammond has reaffirmed the pledge made by the UK government to support start-ups post-Brexit, going some way to reassure businesses. Job meta-search engine Joblift has analysed the UK’s start-up job market and compared the growth in the UK with its European counterpart Germany. Furthermore, Joblift has investigated the UK’s start-up landscape and has found that Manchester beats London in terms of start-up vacancy growth.
Joblift is meta search engine for currently more than 1,000,000 jobs from over 100 partner job boards. Joblift’s customised search filters and email notifications allow users to personalise their search criteria. The company was founded in 2015 by Lukas Erlebach and Malte Widenka. At the two locations in Hamburg and Berlin, Joblift currently employs a team of around 40 employees.