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Sector(s): HCM
Status: Active
StarVest Company Since: June 2013
Company Founded: 2011


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ConveyIQ is changing the way companies communicate and engage with top talent from the moment they apply to the job until the end of the hiring process. Their mission is to build the most innovative products possible that enable employers to create remarkable hiring experiences at scale. Leading brands in over 95 countries work with ConveyIQ to hire the best talent, including Dentsu Aegis, NBCUniversal, Blue Apron, Equinox, Zappos, and The New York Times. The website is www.conveyIQ.com. ConveyIQ is headquartered in New York City.

Danielle Weinblatt, CEO

Danielle Weinblatt is the Founder & CEO of ConveyIQ. She started her business career in Mergers & Acquisitions at Citigroup, where she was a top-ranked Analyst and then moved on to private equity. Danielle also serves as a mentor and advisor to two incubators focused on early-stage technology startups. She has appeared on Fox Business News, Fox News Boston and Spike TV as part of their “Hire a Veteran” initiative. She has been featured in Forbes, Inc. Magazine, The Boston Globe, The Boston Herald, TechCrunch, The New York Post and The Huffington Post, among several other publications. Danielle has also been a contributor to Inc. Magazine’s, “Been There, Run That” series on scaling companies, The Huffington Post, and BostInno on women in technology. Danielle has also worked with various Veterans organizations on helping Veterans transition into the civilian workforce. In addition to a B.S, in Applied Economics and Management, summa cum laude, from Cornell University, Danielle was an Arthur Rock Fellow at Harvard Business School, where she achieved Honors.

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