Technology

2014 Game Changer: Danielle Weinblatt

By Max Mihelich

Aug. 3, 2014

Danielle Weinblatt Game Changer 2014
Danielle Weinblatt

While pursuing her MBA from Harvard Business School, Danielle Weinblatt was looking for a way to solve the various problems she thinks plague the interview process. In 2011 she used her previous experience as a hiring manager to help her launch Take the Interview to eliminate her perceived lack of communication between managers and recruiters, coordination issues and transparency with candidates throughout the interview process.

Weinblatt, 31, created the company’s interview management platform, which uses video interviews and data analytics to help clients make well-informed hiring decisions. More recently, Take the Interview launched a new interviewing platform powered by Google Glass with hope that wearable technology will soon transform the recruiting industry.

Max Mihelich is a writer in the Chicago area.

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