“With over 675,000 connections facilitated internationally, Hard Hat Hunter aims to provide those who work within the trades and construction industry the ability to easy connect, communicate and collaborate on a digital platform.” – Samantha Dyck, Hard Hat Hunter
The construction industry, and trade workers, now have their own niche social media outlet: Hard Hat Hunter .
The social network offers things to trades people that networks like LinkedIn and Facebook simply cannot do for the industry. The simple unobstructed platform allows for a social site without all the banners, ads and misleading information. In addition, it focuses on the things that trades personnel want to see; such as, job postings, industry specific news, project pictures and the ability to connect.
The Canadian based business is starting to make waves with their international presence. Growing at a rate of 2000% over the last year, they anticipate having a substantial footing in countries around the world within the next year. They believe that the platform and niche will take care of itself once early adaptors start spreading the word.
“We provide individuals and companies with the ability to highlight projects and accomplishments on a digital and international platform to showcase them to subcontractors, employers, and industry leaders.” – Samantha Dyck, Hard Hat Hunter
One of the primary goals is to get businesses to join and create profiles. Hard Hat Hunter offers a visual experience that is easy for users to understand. It also allows for businesses to outline and showcase services, projects and jobs in a way that other social platforms are yet to provide.
“We’re excited to see how the Hard Hat Hunter platform can help make the trades industry stronger and safer.” – Samantha Dyck, Hard Hat Hunter
Like so many great businesses, Paul Robillard and Ed Goulais created the Hard Hat Hunter concept in a time of distress, having a blown tire at a construction site and with no known help within their networks. Hard Hater Hunter is aimed at solving this problem, and the current growth experienced can be attributed with the public agreeing.