Co-Founder and CEO, JobGetter
About Fiona Anson
Fiona Anson is the Co-Founder and CEO of JobGetter - Australia’s premier job-seeker focussed jobs marketplace and career centre. Using artificial intelligence and machine learning to look at who and what employers are hiring on, and job supply, demand and growth, JobGetter is the only platform that can tell a jobseeker how to get the jobs they want as well as giving personalised, individualised feedback on every job application.
JobGetter is also Australia’s leader in workforce data and analytics, consulting to Education, Industry and Government as to what’s happening in the world of work and the changing future of work.
JobGetter unique real-time analysis of the job market is not only capable of predicting the growth and decline across 60 work type sectors, but can also trend the demand for specific skills down to a single job role. As such, Job-Getter is the only technology that can accurately can see the trends in terms of industry, job and skill demand across all of Australia or down to a specific Local Government area - or even a single postcode.
Fiona is the originator of the social initiative, The Jobs Agenda, supported by global consulting giant, EY. The Jobs Agenda is a national roadshow that brings together influencers, thought-leaders and those interested in changing the status quo around employment, unemployment and underemployment by influencing the conversation around jobs, careers and education.
Fiona is an award-winning businesswoman with a proven track in business. In the early 2000s, Fiona won Sydney Businesswomen of the Year, the American Express Award for the fastest growing business in Australia and was a NSW state finalist for the Telstra Businesswomen of the Year awards.
Fiona is a mentor at UTS’s Hatchery+ programme for startups, a mentor and judge at TIE Women’s Create-a-thon and a teacher of commercialising business ideas and creating partnerships at General Assembly.
She is passionate about entrepreneurship, supporting youth, millennials in the workforce, the education sector, women in business, social responsibility and helping others to become the best they can be.