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Romania’s partners with career platform Booming Jobs

Author Tudor Popescu
Romania’s partners with career platform Booming Jobs Image: partners with Booming Jobs

SOFIA (Bulgaria), May 6 (SeeNews) - Romanian tech startup, with its synthetic video production platform, said on Friday it is partnering with Dutch recruitment platform Booming Jobs.

“We are excited to announce’s partnership with Booming Jobs, as we continue to expand our business use cases by working with select partners. Through our combined forces, we aim to develop HR recruitment videos and possible AI driven application processes”, Bart Veenman, CEO at, said in a press release.

The partnership aims at implementing’s synthetic video production software into Booming Job’s recruitment process, in order to boost efficiency and reduce strain on resource-limited HR teams.

“People don’t like to read long texts about vacancies anymore, but explanatory videos are solving this engagement challenge. The challenge we have here is that we have tens of thousands of vacancies online and creating spoken and personalised videos for all of them would take us months and a large budget,” Jeroen Fikkers, Booming Jobs founder, said. “But by using the AI technology of, we see this problem solved and we are able to scale our content production drastically. We look forward to expanding this opportunity into more solutions to uplift our engagement and conversion.” earlier this week announced it partnered with ticketing solution Oveit to develop NFT tokenized tickets. In other words, the partnership aims to develop digital assets to be used as event tickets, which also carry the digital information for interactive artwork or other media. develops an innovative technology through which it creates unique AI models with an initial focus on the generation and manipulation of digital DNA, generating synthetic media. Its SaaS synthetic video production platform,, allows for the swift generation of video for media such as hiring ads, newsletters, or e-commerce pages.

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