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Jon Bischke

Founder and CEO of Entelo -- An experienced entrepreneur focused on the intersection of education, employment and technology, Jon Bischke is the co-founder and CEO of Entelo. Previously, Jon was an Entrepreneur-in-Residence (EIR) at Battery Ventures. Prior to that, he was part of the founding teams of a number of companies including Zaadz (acquired by Gaiam, NSDQ:GAIA) and 2000Tutor (acquired by Penton Media, NYSE: PME). Jon has a Masters in Business Administration from the Anderson School of Management at UCLA and a Bachelor of Science in Business from The University of Minnesota.

Recent Posts

Announcing Entelo Stack for Mobile, the Perfect App to Find Your Perfect Candidate

Mobile is no longer just a product feature – it has become the reality for how we do business. This week, at the HR Technology Conference in Chicago, we unveiled our latest recruiting solution: Entelo Stack for Mobile. Here are the 3 biggest reasons I am excited about this launch:

Building the Future of Recruiting from Base Camp

Entelo started with a simple idea that the technology powering how people recruit should be better. The team at Entelo (we call ourselves “Entelopes”) all share a passion for talent and a belief that who companies hire is the most important element in their ongoing journey to success. Nothing is more strategic for a business than talent – especially in this age of knowledge work.

Announcing Entelo Stack, the Best Way to Handle Inbound Resumes

This is a big week for Entelo. At the HR Technology Conference in Las Vegas we announced Entelo Stack, our newest product. Here are five reasons we’re excited about the launch.

The 3 (Free) Recruiting Techniques Every Startup Should Practice

I consult (pro bono!) with many, many startups and help them think about hiring. It's actually something I've been very passionate about and even though Entelo now has a double digit number of Fortune 500 customers, I'll always have a soft spot in my heart for early-stage companies. As a four-time founder, I know how hard it is to hire the right people and a big part of the motivation for starting Entelo came out of that.

Now of course, I want everyone to use Entelo to hire. That said, I realize that it isn't always in the cards for every company and whenever I meet with founders, I always want to make sure I'm adding value above and beyond Entelo. There are three things that I've told dozens of founders to do in the last year but up until now I've never blogged publicly about these so I think it's time to rectify that.

Why 25:1 is an Important Number for Fast-Growing Start-Ups

One of the things I love about my job is that we get to see how hundreds of companies are approaching building their teams.

Over a number of years of doing this, you start to get good at pattern matching. What is it that the best companies are doing on the talent acquisition front that the not-so-great companies aren't. There are a lot of things of course but there has been one that has stood out to me lately.

The ratio of employees to people whose full-time job is to recruit.

Entelo Announces Record Q4 2014: 176% Sequential Bookings Growth Quarter-over-Quarter, 359% Year-over-Year

Today we are incredibly excited to launch Entelo Track, the first email tool built just for recruiters. In addition, I'm also proud to announce that we've closed out 2014 with another record setting quarter here at Entelo.