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How to Write a Job Ad that Doesn’t Suck!

As a Seedcamp VP from a design and product background, I’m regularly asked for hiring advice. Especially from folks who have had an open role for several weeks (sometimes even months), but haven’t been getting the quality or volume of candidates they’ve been hoping for. The first thing I usually do is ask to take a look at the job ad, as this is generally where the problem starts.

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Design Founder, speaker, start-up advisor & coach. @Seedcamp Venture Partner. Formerly @Clearleft @LDConf & @UXLondon . Trainee Pilot. Ex shark-wrangler.

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Andy Budd

Andy Budd

Design Founder, speaker, start-up advisor & coach. @Seedcamp Venture Partner. Formerly @Clearleft @LDConf & @UXLondon . Trainee Pilot. Ex shark-wrangler.

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