Lystable is a one-stop-shop for onboarding, managing, communicating with, and paying for your external workforce. AKA the gig economy’s new human capital management software.
According to TechCrunch they just raised $11 million and will be opening a office in San Francisco and hiring 30+ employees as it expands into the United States.
Since most of their customers are in the U.S. the company thought it would be better to be headquartered here. Hiring is expected to be in “sales and marketing personnel, as well as making some senior hires in product and engineering.”
Currently their corporate site lists mostly sales roles for San Francisco with a General Manager role as well.