Kalibrr had made it one step ahead among other Pinoy startups as it was selected to be seeded and funded by Y Combinator. If this is your first time hearing about Kalibrr, it is actually a great platform for you to land a job. And Y Combinator is an international company that helps startups through their financing and consulting.
Paul Rivera is the Founder and CEO of Kalibrr. It is founded since January 2012. Kalibrr helps you find the best job for you if you undergo their online learning platform. It is designed to find out on what job category you actually qualify. If you qualified for a certain job, Kalibrr will help you get it. But for now, Kalibrr is focusing on the business process outsourcing or BPO industry. Kalibrr is still making its way to call center jobs in Metro Manila.
To get started, you have to take Kalibrr’s assessment test, and undergo a series of lessons. Completing this program will give you the chance to have a practice interview with the Kalibrr team. And once the Kalibrr team deemed you ready, you’ll be going to have the actual job interview with your future employer in the BPO industry. And here’s the catch – using Kalibrr is absolutely free.
“The world is coming to the Philippines, and I want to make sure that Kalibrr prepares you for those opportunities.” – Paul Rivera Kalibrr CEO
Paul Rivera and his team are very proud to be recognized by Y Combinator since it is one of the most prestigious programs for startups. Y Combinator is developed by Paul Graham, and since 2005, they are helping startups to be successful in its business. Among the startups funded by Y Combinator are Reddit, Omnisio and Zenter.
Y Combinator offers financing and consulting services to startups with great potential of soaring in the field. Y Combinator selects startups that are built with great ideas. And Kalibrr is just recently selected by Y Combinator. An internationally recognized venture fund company had chosen a Pinoy startup for their program. And this is one of the reasons for fellow Filipinos to be proud of. With Paul Rivera’s Kalibrr, the tech startup scene of the Philippines is steadfast growing.
With the help of Y Combinator, Rivera’s goal is near to hold. The Kalibrr team aims to gather a network of investors and mentors for the building of a successful business in our country. In turn, this will bring the country towards a globally competitive stage.