This UK firm to hire over 600 techies from India in next few years. Details here

Earlier this year, the company announced plans to create over 1,000 jobs in India over the next five years.1 min read. Updated: 16 Dec 2021, 05:23 PM ISTLivemint

  • In next 18-24 months, Tide’s Hyderabad centre would recruit 300 engineers across various roles
  • Tide already has over 350 highly skilled employees in India
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By end of 2026, over 600 tech professionals are likely to hired by UK-based business financial platform Tide, the company said in statement on Thursday. 

This drive, which constitutes nearly 60% of the company’s total hiring, stems from Tide’s expansion strategy to boost its local presence in India, its first international market, the company statement reads.Rectal Cancer Is Taking My Son’s Life. Help Me Save Him.Ketto|Sponsored Master AI & ML Without Quitting Your JobGreat Learning|Sponsored Back-To-College OffersDell|Sponsored Ranchi: The price (& size) of these hearing aids might surprise|Sponsored Invest In High Yield AAA Corporate BondsGoldenPi|Sponsored Learn from IIT Madras Faculty & Industry Experts.Intellipaat|Sponsored A+ Grade Online MBA for Working Professionals Manipal Online University|Sponsored Don’t wait, invest $200 in Amazon CFD and earn weekly with a certified platformInvest Advisor|Sponsored   by Taboola 

In next 18-24 months, the company’s Hyderabad centre would recruit 300 engineers across various roles, with a particular focus on backend engineers in Java and Python, as well as experts in data science and Flutter.

Keeping in mind the current tech talent crunch across the globe, Tide is creating new hiring streams through an ‘Internship to Hire’ programme to attract and nurture top-quality talent.

Focused on training fresh graduates from premium institutes, such as IITs and NITs, Tide will leverage the programme to recruit entry-level candidates and then gradually increase the count as the model matures.

“We have seen a tremendous response from the Indian market within a short span of starting operations in the country.

“The additional technological capabilities will help us build our product for India as we expand our roots deeper into the country and invest in the technology leaders of tomorrow,” Tide India CEO Gurjodhpal Singh said.MINT PREMIUMSee AllPREMIUM

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