Angel funding of S$1 million for Noble House


The Company is aiming for a pan-India and Asia expansion before spreading across other geographies.

Noble House Consulting PTE, a marketplace for independent HR Talent, has raised S$ 1M in angel funding, from HR and business leaders based in Singapore and India. Considering the recent growth of freelancers and independent consultants across the world, Noble House is now looking for a Pan-India and Asia expansion before they start exploring other geographies across the globe. The funding will also help the Company enhance its technology platform and accelerate hiring to create a wider outreach.

Noble House is the only global platform to specialise in the HR domain and work towards addressing the pain points to professionalise a fragmented and diverse freelance community of independent HR consultants. Its niche competency lies in connecting independent HR consultants with organisations to work on complex ‘people issues’ including compensation & benefits, recruiting, business transformation, HR technology and mentoring.

Sumer Datta, co-founder says, “Companies across the globe are seeking cost effective high-quality talent, to add/augment the skills in their existing teams, and to help them solve critical business problems. It is our aim to meet the needs of these companies through our HR talent marketplace.”

Within five months of operations, the company already boasts of having more than 300 highly-skilled HR professionals across all skills and expertise on the platform. Noble House’s proprietary match-making software has also helped these HR freelancers to secure assignments with prestigious local and multinational companies.

Noble House is building processes for quality reviews and assisted assignments to ensure that the quality of the project is of an acceptable level to the client. To accelerate its expansion efforts, Noble House is now seeking franchise partners, who would be the touch-points in various regions to help bridge the gap between freelance HR hiring and fulfill the needs for companies across industries, located anywhere in the world. The Company has already placed several such consultants for both long and short-term assignments across the South East Asia region including India, and will soon be targeting opportunities in other parts of the world.

Sanjay Lakhotia, co-founder says, “Our mission is —Good Work, Good Life— the idea is to help find a way to innovatively address the issue of work–life balance for everyone, be it consultants—who can find exciting work and be flexible to pursue their dreams—or corporate HR executives, who can fill those skills gaps in the team or find additional hands rather than stretch the existing team, allowing everyone to experience a healthy work–life balance.”

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