In 2002, Patrick G. Riley published The One-Page Proposal which became a best-selling self-help book in North America, China, Japan and Korea, described how he succeeded in helping businesses all around the world using one-page proposals.
In 2011, Patrick G. Riley and Joanna Weidenmiller co-founded 1-Page. They wanted to take the successful approach and founding principles of the book, and leverage technology to tackle the largest demographic with the biggest communication problem: companies and job seekers.
1-Page collaborated with HR leaders at some of the largest companies in the United States, as well as university research departments to develop a new system of engagement: job seekers were enabled to pitch their value in the form of a 1-Page Job Proposal for companies to assess their skills and passions beyond resumes.
In 2014, 1-Page went public on the ASX. The listing gave the company the opportunity to acquire BranchOut and leverage the application to develop the most powerful sourcing engine for enterprises.
- By Greg Collins
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