Technology company Sngular acquires talent platform IT Circular

MADRID, 1 Feb.

Technology company Sngular acquires talent platform IT Circular


The technology company Sngular is going to incorporate the Spanish startup specialized in recruiting online IT talent for companies, Circular, in order to strengthen its capabilities to be "one of the companies with the greatest access to the technological talent market," the company has reported. it's a statement.

Founded in 2019, Circular brings its experience uniting technical talent with companies and its talent acquisition (recruiting) platform specialized in IT profiles, which has almost 9,000 recruiters and about 25,000 candidates.

Circular's objective is to redouble its presence in large companies thanks to the integration into Sngular, which is a technological partner of large international entities, the company has stated.

The CEO of Circular, Pedro Torrecillas, has assured that at Sngular "they understand better than anyone the challenges of corporations when it comes to building digital products" and has pointed out that "what unites the two companies is the radical and non-negotiable conviction of that talent, people, are the fundamental piece to build digital businesses."

For its part, Sngular adds Circular's capabilities to its Sngular Talent Division (Manfred), from which services are marketed so that companies, mainly large companies and technology-based startups, can find and retain technical talent.

In this way, it expands its base of clients and candidates by incorporating an important community of talent acquisition specialists and a new technological platform that brings them into contact with each other.

Both Sngular and Circular share values ​​and business culture, based on putting technological talent at the center of organizations, the company has reported.

The president and founder of Sngular, José Luis Vallejo, explained that this integration "responds to the strategy of continuing to focus on talent as the main value of companies based on knowledge and innovation."

"Talent, by definition, will be our scarcest asset in the organizations of this century. AI will multiply our individual capabilities but will reveal, even more, that it is the people with true talent, now augmented by machines, who will continue making a difference between companies," he highlighted.