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CheQ to add over 100 employees to its technology team

The fintech plans to aggressively hire software engineers, technical leads and product managers for the launch of its flagship product in January 2023

CheQ to add over 100 employees to its technology team
POSTED ON November 15, 2022 3:19 PM

When start-ups are in the news for laying off people, fintech platform CheQ announced that it would hire over 100 employees soon. The company plans to expand its engineering and product teams as it gears up for the public launch of its flagship product in January 2023. 

It is actively hiring software engineers, engineering managers, technical leads and product managers who can help it develop products to manage credit products better.

While announcing this, Aditya Soni, founder and chief executive officer (CEO) of CheQ, said, “Our selection process revolves around the candidate experience. We promise tremendous speed in the hiring process, along with exposure to our leadership, industry competitive compensation and finally, smooth integration into the exciting world of fintech.”

CheQ helps customers understand, manage and leverage credit to augment their lifestyle choices in a fun and rewarding way. In June 2022, the Bengaluru-based pre-product start-up raised $10 million in seed funding led by investors like Venture Highway, 3one4 Capital, Multiply Ventures, Marshot Ventures and Veda VC. Angel investors like Naveen Kukreja, co-founder and CEO of PaisaBazaar and Shailaz Nag, founder of DotPe, also participated in this round.

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