Cotswold News owner What Digital (UK) Ltd has announced the opening of a new technical innovation centre in the city of Bangalore, India to accommodate their overseas expansion plans.

In just 12 months WhatJobs has gone from a solitary website in the United Kingdom to 39 new countries covering every major continent.  Shane McGourty who is a founding member had this to say “ In just a few years, WhatJobs has successfully evolved from a café in Slough to one of the largest job search start-ups in the world”.

Everyday across the planet thousands of businesses and job hunters work with WhatJobs to to connect with each other.  To meet increasing demand the business decided to repay its dedicated Indian workforce by opening a custom built centre of technical innovation in Bangalore. This will help the job search engine maintain the level of quality and innovation customers and job seekers expect.

To bring its new office to life, WhatJobs India based Managing Director Adil Rehman appointed renowned Bangalore office design and build specialist Feroze Properties in order to deliver their requirements. Feroze Properties immediately set about creating a vision such as open plan workspace, video conferencing suites, Corona inspired safe working space and state of the art recreational facilities.

Adil Rehman said ““WhatJobs has come a long way since I joined the business and this new global head office for technical innovation is proof that we are all marching in the right direction”. With this new space, we’ve created a forward-thinking environment that encourages innovation, and also considers modern office requirements due to the Coronavirus. This is a proud moment in the short history of” is one of the largest online recruitment businesses in the world and has global ambitions to serve job ads in 110 countries by 2023. As well as its own custom search WhatJobs also works closely with the Google jobs platform to help find those hard to find roles. In order to continue their global expansion WhatJobs needs to quadruple their headcount by the end of 2021 and opening this new centre of technological innovation will be major step in the right direction. Sudhakar Gunaseelan head of Technical at WhatJobs said “We’re always looking for new engineers who can provide more capacity for the company and by opening this new office we are now able to compete with other local business for the best talent on the market. WhatJobs is growing very fast and we need to make sure that the pace we have set is sustained”.

Who are WhatJobs?

WhatJobs is a leading job search engine covering 40 global locations. The website uses state of the art job matching technology to give both jobseekers and businesses the perfect connection with each other. WhatJobs has incorporated advanced technology in its search engine that delivers a large number of job vacancies in order to make your job search an accurate one. WhatJobs has hundreds of thousands of users actively searching for their dream job across the world. The sun never sets at