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Skill.fit is a fitness tracker for your skills powered by peer feedback.
Welcome to a world where you are what you do best.

Follow-up on your professional and personal activities.
Exchange feedback with your peers.

Follow-up on your professional and personal activities.
Exchange feedback with your peers.

Get live insights on your skill map and watch yourself improve over time.

Get live insights on your skill map and watch yourself improve over time.

Showcase a profile based on your skills and validated by your peers. It grows with you over time and doesn’t vanish when you change jobs - you own your data.

Showcase a profile based on your skills and validated by your peers. It grows with you over time and doesn’t vanish when you change jobs - you own your data.

Organizations

Through skill.fit, organizations can log internal followups and ask for permission to access user's skills network.
This is accessing continuous, quality data because if users are collecting it for their own profile they want to do it often and with rigor.
Leveraging this data we provide an organizational dashboard and different services that will revolutionize HR management.

Data privacy Permissions to access user's skills
Network analysis Map interactions to understand collective dynamics
Recruitment Find candidates with the right skills and profile
Teams formation Put together the right skill-set for each project
Career development Provide the right training and opportunities
Benchmarking Compare industry metrics on culture and performance

Use cases

Tracking the different dimensions of our lives

Product Manager

"My presentation to the board went really well. I'll follow up with them to get some feedback. Being able to showcase these skills is key to my career."

Entrepreneur

"I attend many events and pitch my product all the time. Following up with new people on skill.fit is a very natural and effective way to build my network."

Photography

"I love photography and I'd like to give it a shot as a professional someday. Collecting feedback in workshops and amateur jobs is a good start."

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