1. April 2010 07:13
How could any employer resist this
The CV distribution service FreeMyCV.com are celebrating the launch of their latest product helping jobseekers to get noticed in their job hunt. Once a jobseeker uploads their CV they will be given the option to have their CV distributed to jobs websites in the usual way, or have their CV personally delivered to recruiters using the brand new orangutanagram CV delivery service.
The orangutanagram, as made famous by Trigger Happy TV, allows a jobseeker's CV to be personally delivered to recruiters by a man in a giant orangutan costume. The Orangutanagram will then ask the recruiter for feedback on the candidate's CV, which will then be emailed to the user in question to gage the positivity of response.
An employee of FreeMyCV.com says: "Since the recession we have found ourselves in a candidate-rich marketplace, which means there is a lot of competition for vacancies. That is why we developed this product, a way of delivering your CV in style. What better way to get noticed than with your very own orangutanagram delivering your CV to potential employers. Standing out in the crowd is tough, but our new product aims to make it even easier to find your ideal job."
It has been reported that jobs search engine AllTheTopBananas.com are currently in talks to launch their very own bananagram to rival the new craze. Dave Martin, MD of AllTheTopBananas states: "I am fully behind this new an innovative form of personal brand marketing, and I just wish I had thought of it first. Our new bananagram service will be available to jobseekers on April 1st 2011, enabling our jobseekers to take advantage of this great service in the new year. We already have the banana costume, now we are just putting the final steps in place to obtain a yellow delivery vehicle for the bananagram to visit recruiters in."
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