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|Traded as||ASX: SEK|
|Founder||Andrew Bassat, Paul Bassat, Matt Rockman|
|Headquarters||541 St Kilda Road, Melbourne, Australia|
|Australia, New Zealand, China, Brazil, Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria, Bangladesh, Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand, South Africa, Kenya, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Singapore|
|Andrew Bassat (CEO), Isar Mazer, Simon Lusted, Michael Ilczynski, Ronnie Fink, Geoff Roberts (CFO)|
|Products||Talent Search, Company Reviews, Recommendations,|
|Brands||SEEK, SEEK Education, SEEK Volunteer, Zhaopin, jobsDB, Catho, OCC Mundial, Jobberman, JobStreet, Babajob, Bdjobs|
|Services||Employment, Job searching, Company|
Seek Limited (stylized as SEEK) and its subsidiary companies, known as the Seek Group, focus on facilitating the matching between jobseekers and employment opportunities and helping hirers find candidates for advertised roles.
Headquartered in Melbourne, Australia, Seek is a publicly company listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX: SEK). Operating across Australia, New Zealand, China, India, Brazil, Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria, Bangladesh, Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand, South Africa, Kenya, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Singapore, Seek has an exposure to over 4 billion people and greater than 30% of Global GDP.
Seek was founded in November 1997 by Andrew Bassat, Paul Bassat and Matt Rockman. In March 1998, its website was launched. On 18 April 2005, Seek was floated on the Australian Securities Exchange with a market capitalisation of $587 million.
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- Bailey, Michael (February 7, 2017). "Seek spends $200k to disrupt itself with Slingshot startup accelerator". Financial Review. Retrieved February 15, 2017.
- "Andrew Bassat of Seek blasts federal action over education rorts". The Australian. July 19, 2016. Retrieved February 15, 2017.
- "SEEK doubles down on Brazil, increases stake in Asia business". The Sydney Morning Herald.
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