Posted on February 27, 2017 by staff

CVs join tech age as interactive infoCV launches


A revolutionary interactive CV which can help candidates stand out from the crowd has been launched.

infoCV users upload their existing CV on to its website and their information is reformatted into a visually appealing layout which potential employers and recruiters can navigate easily.

A key feature of the design is the interactive timeline – a visual representation of a candidate’s education and work experience – while each digital infoCV has a unique URL to allow for straightforward sharing.

Keith Robinson (pictured), who founded infoCV with fellow Manchester entrepreneur Paul Smith, said: “Online and mobile technology is constantly changing; however the vast majority of CVs have been stuck in a Microsoft time-warp for over 30 years.

“infoCV allows everyone to have an interactive, professionally presented CV that can ensure they are at the top of the list of applicants.

“First impressions count and we aim to enable everyone to give the best chance available for their dream job.”

The free-to-upload CVs can be edited at any time and on any device. An enhanced version with secure cloud hosting is available for £10 (3 months) or £25 (12 months).