Build your own remote engineering team.

Making it easy for startups to scale with remote engineers

these companies trust engineers & designers from our talent network

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Remote that feels like in-house

We don’t “rent” employees to “clients”, rather we take care of everything
that startups need to hire, manage and retain their own remote engineers
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Talent acquisition
We recruit top engineers with the right soft skills and a culture fit
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HR & Culture
People thrive in the right conditions – we nurture, motivate and retain
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Office & Management
All the things that teams need, in gorgeous offices in the best locations
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Everything else
Payroll, taxes, snacks, benefits, equipment and everything in-between

Startups love us

We’re a referral-based company, our customers are our salesforce

“Our experience with StartupSoft has been the best of both worlds – it was the flexibility and easier scalability in Ukraine, but it still felt like it was part of Madefire HQ.  I wasn’t renting employees, I was building fundamentally core value for my enterprise.”

Eugene Walden
Co-founder, Madefire

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How we work

We help startups hire remote engineers, faster and with full
ownership
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  1. Find
    When you open a vacancy with us, a highly personalized search begins. We start the search with our network of 1,200 engineers and designers
  2. Vet
    Top 5% of candidates are selected based on tech, soft skills and culture. Only those that pass our filters are shown to you for further vetting
  3. Hire
    After further vetting on your side, you only pay when you hire. You choose who to hire, and we handle the rest. All hires undergo a 3-month probation period
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Our metrics

100+

in-house
engineers

40%

burn rate
reduction

3X

faster hiring
of talent

Startup Exits Podcast

Startup exits are the most sought after events in Silicon Valley, but very few people get to experience them. So we chat with founders that started, ran and sold a tech company to learn about how it all went down

Host: Andrew Vasylyk

Armando & Massimo, founders of AdEspresso

The M&A by Hootsuite: how Massimo & Armando started, ran and sold AdEspresso

Tim Gill, founder of Quark

The $500 million founder exit: how Tim started, ran and exited Quark

Tim Jenkins, founder of SendGrid

The $3 billion sale to Twilio: how Tim started, ran and sold SendGrid

Chris Barton, founder of Shazam

The $400 million sale to Apple: how Chris started, ran and sold Shazam

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