With its strong growth since 2017 and its European leadership ambitions, Qonto quickly needed to recruit international talents. Understanding the business challenges of the new target markets and reflecting the full spectrum of clients was and still is critical to the success of the start-up.
Early on in its history, Qonto looked beyond the borders of France for both senior and junior talents.
Despite a complex job market and a frantic race for new talents, Qonto has now nearly 40% international team members out of 400 employees. This diversity is not only a source of great pride at Qonto, but is also an essential cultural asset to strengthen its European expansion.
How is the Qonto team facing this challenge and attracting these international profiles? How does the company support international candidates throughout their recruitment process, and finally, how does it ensure the success of their integration?
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