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  • Jobble wants to create a marketplace for event staffers

    BetaBoston - 02/18/2015

    The roots of the business go back to 2011, when Suffolk University student Zack Smith started Collegiate Contacts, a company that recruited students to work events for clients like JetBlue, Stop & Shop, and the Boston Globe (which owns this site). While Collegiate Contacts used e-mail to communicate with clients and find students willing to work specific events, for Jobble, the process will be a good deal more automated. The startup recently received a $10,000 grant through Northeastern University’s IDEA program. (The other two founders are Northeastern alums.)

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