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2017 record year: XING total revenues grew to around €190 million

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Hamburg, 23 February 2018 – Today XING SE, operator of the leading online business network in German-speaking countries, has published its preliminary unaudited figures for the 2017 fiscal year. According to those figures, 2017 was the most successful year ever for XING with the company welcoming two million new members, which is a new record for...

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XING: Revenue and member growth set new record during first nine months of 2017

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Hamburg, 6 November 2017 – XING SE, operator of the leading online business network in German-speaking countries, continues to grow at pace. In the first nine months of this year, 1.5 million people signed up on the platform as new members, which is a new record for the first three quarters of a year. This record is also reflected in the figures as...

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XING opens new technology center in Portugal

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Hamburg, 19. September 2017 – XING SE, the company behind the leading professional network in the German-speaking region, is opening a new technology center in Porto, Portugal. From October 2017 onwards, about 20 employees will begin work there in software development. Apart from its sites in the German-speaking region, XING also operates an...

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XING TalentpoolManager: tomorrow’s best candidates available at all times

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Hamburg, 18 September 2017 – The professional online network XING introduces a new dimension to candidate management with the XING TalentpoolManager. The XING TalentpoolManager reduces the workload for your company and speeds up the time-consuming search for suitable candidates. Unlike with conventional storage systems or files, CVs of interesting...

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Marc-Sven Kopka, Vice President External Affairs, XING SE“Modern employees take on a task, not a role. This gives work more of a feeling of identity than ever before.”