Toronto's Konekt.me Enters Beta, Wants to Be Your Interactive Resume and Portfolio in the Cloud

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Konekt.me is a Toronto-based startup that has launched a private beta. The Canadian web startup creates interactive, cloud-based resumes for users.

Founded by Jeffrey Howard, Neil Martin, and Rares Crisan, Konekt.me "allows you to highlight your professional and personal accomplishments in one collaborative space."

With so many emerging platforms available to manage your personal brand, finding the best fit can be difficult. Often as a professional you are asked to provide examples of your past work and without an all-encompassing solution, you have to direct someone to multiple platforms to see your full range of skills. Konekt.me allows users to update original content in a clean, streamline, professional portfolio that you can access at your fingertips.

This online CV "not only highlights your experience and your references, it acts as a visual showcase of your best work," the startup explains. Whether it is your graphic design pieces, written articles, recent client projects or images of your latest event, Konekt.me can handle it.

"Konekt.me makes it easy for anyone to establish their professional identity with an online portfolio and interactive CV," says Co-Founder Neil Martin. “We’ve integrated the two in a unique way to present a complete picture of who you are.”

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