Two of London's most innovative tech companies have been accepted by a Canadian Technology Accelerator, CTA@NYC, in Manhattan, New York.
Voices.com, the company that has been on a hiring spree for the past year, and that has been widely-recognized as one of the hottest places to work in Canada, has been announced as a finalist for the 2015 Business Achievement Awards (BAAs) in the Excellence in Human Resources (HR) category.
With a team that is comprised of various backgrounds, from philosophy to accounting, Voices.com is a prime example of professionals who have blazed their own career paths, regardless of their degree. This is why Voices.com's own Chief Marketing Officer and Public Relations Manager, Stephanie Ciccarelli and Trisha Beausaert, are joining Western University's on-campus Career Conference on January 17th, 2015.
Voices.com now provides access to its network of over 125,000 voice-over talent via its newly released API.
Rosi Amador, a rarity in the industry as a Spanish-English, bilingual and bi-cultural voice-over actor, has been signed as the overdub voice of L'Oréal's international podcast series on sustainable products, female empowerment, and employee relations.
Mary Jane Wells, a Voices.com member, theatre alumnae, and singer, is the voice of the female protagonist of a video game that is defying industry conventions.
The first full-service online marketplace of its kind, Voices.com has been awarded funding from the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario) through the Investing in Business Growth and Productivity (IBGP) initiative.
In association with Bid4Spots, the radio spot auction platform, Voices.com has launched the Radio Advertising Solution Center.
The CMO and co-founder of Voices.com, Stephanie Ciccarelli, is also an alumna of the prestigious Western University. She is returning to campus Sunday September 21, 2014 for the university's special homecoming event, Degrees of Uncertainty.
Today, it's almost too easy. Voice actors can be their own agent. Clients find them through personal
Web sites or via talent-congregation sites Voices.com.
- Steve Mollman, CNN
Rather than hiring local voice talent for $250 to $500 per hour we
searched the Internet for high-quality voices that we could afford. We
found several sites offering various forms of narration or voice-overs.
We selected www.voices.com. In less than one minute, we created an
account, posted our requirements and solicited bids. Within five
minutes, we had 10 to 15 applicants charging 10 percent of what
Greer would have paid live talent.
- Thomas L. Friedman, NYTimes
Voices.com has been helping to match advertisers with voice talent and
ad production for the last couple of years.
- Michael Arrington, TechCrunch
Voices is larger, but tighter. More technically productive, but simpler to
use. It has evolved, really. It is hard to make something of Voices'
proportions into a truly elegant thing, but Voices may well have done
- Paul Glazowski, Mashable
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