Online Video Platform Launched Today, Revolutionizing How People Apply For Jobs While Streamlining How They Are Interviewed

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Sydney based, a revolutionary non-live video platform which will shift the way individuals and businesses interact in the hiring process, is pleased to announce its beta launch today and is offering startup businesses and individual’s free access. is an easy to use platform which connects businesses looking to hire, with individuals looking to get hired. It’s the only solution available in the world that enables individuals to create and share multiple video interviews of themselves when actually applying for a job. In a socially evolving online job market, individuals are constantly looking for new ways to share themselves and stand out from the crowd, but a single video captured through YouTube and sent to a hiring manager’s inbox just isn’t enough.

infullview is an online platform which enables businesses to effortlessly receive non-live video interviews from candidates answering pre-defined interview questions, for meeting the needs of a job application and first interview. Businesses that use infullview can create a simple job profile for each job vacancy which includes a number of interview questions they want individuals to answer, and this job profile can be shared privately with their Recruiters or publically within their online job board postings.

Instead of just being a CV, individuals will now be able to share themselves on video, along with documents pictures and social media links they wish to share. With free access for startup businesses who are hiring and for individuals who are looking for a new job, infullview is making interviewing convenient and productive for everyone by empowering people to be seen without meetings.

Founded by two 27 year olds based in Sydney, Matthew Hughes and Patrick Flaherty came up with the idea for infullview when faced with major issues interviewing candidates in their previous startup because of remote offices and limited resources. They soon realised that this isn’t just a problem for start-up’s and all businesses currently waste countless hours meeting people who look great on paper (or LinkedIn) but who don’t back it up face-to-face, while individuals often don’t have the time for face-to-face meetings with everyone involved in a hiring process. Infullview has been developed to solve this costly problem while enabling businesses to reach overseas talent pools, and enabling individuals who would be otherwise unable to interview face-to-face, to interview in their own time.

With Cisco Systems recently quoted as saying “by 2013 90% of internet traffic will be online video” the question is not ‘will businesses’ incorporate video into their hiring processes, but ‘when’? And infullview is positioned to support this trend and ensure businesses of any size are able to adopt video into their hiring process, effortlessly and effectively.

Businesses and individuals interested to learn more about infullview and to sign up for a free beta trial can visit

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