Jobjuice was founded by Wharton MBAs who, while at Business School, wanted to provide their fellow students with powerful reference and interview preparation tools.

Now, years later, thousands of MBA students at the top MBA programs in over 45 countries have used Jobjuice for interview preparation and as a handy business reference tool.

The founders distilled the experience of the recruiting process as well as all the knowledge within their banking, consulting, and marketing careers into a practical and easy-to-use format.

1988

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Google Inc. was incorporated at a friend’s garage in Menlo Park, California.

 
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1998

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Rod, Marco & Karl start their MBAs at Wharton School of Business.

 

1999

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Bill Gates' personal fortune exceeds 100 billion U.S. dollars.

 
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1998

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Jobjuice is founded to help peers with their hectic academic and job interview workload. All the know-how of the recruiting process and the specific subject areas (consulting and investment banking) is gathered and distilled into a practical flashcard format. Within a week, over 50% of Wharton students are using Jobjuice for interview prep.

 

2000

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The size of the World Wide Web is estimated to exceed 1 billion pages.

 
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2000

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Jobjuice spreads like fire to all the top MBA schools including HBS, Kellogg, Chicago, Stanford, Sloan, Stern, Columbia etc.

 

2002

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Developing countries still immersed in recession.

 
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2002

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Jobjuice Marketing Deck introduced.

 

2004

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Facebook is launched.

 
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2004

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Jobjuice flashcards are used in more than 20 countries and at over 100 universities.

 

2005

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YouTube is launched.

 
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2005

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Life happens...Jobjuice founders start having babies and spouses “suggest” they get corporate jobs. Jobjuice continues to run on auto-pilot.

 

2007

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Apple CEO Steve Jobs announces the iPhone.

 
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2008

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Jobjuice flashcards have been used by thousands of students and business professionals in over 45 countries and 150 universities. 98% of users learn about Jobjuice through word of mouth.

 

2008

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Steve Jobs announces App Store contains 500 third-party applications for the iPhone and the iPod Touch.

Lehman Brothers' bankruptcy filing is the largest in U.S. history.

Barack Obama elected 44th President of the USA.

 
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2010

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Jobjuice founders co-engage with the vision of unique reference and interview prep tools. Users start demanding Apps. Jobjuice releases its first iPhone App and within 2 weeks reaches top 15 in the App Store business category.

 

2010

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Steve Jobs announces the iPad on January 27, 2010.

 
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2011

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Jobjuice releases universal Apps for Strategy & Consulting, Finance & Investment Banking, Marketing and Salary Negotiation

 

2011

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NASA's Space Shuttle program ends with the landing of Space Shuttle Atlantis on mission STS-135.

 
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2012

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Jobjuice launches universal Social Media Job Search App and its Career Service Program. All Jobjuice Apps make it to the top 10 in the App Store business category.

 

2012

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iPhone 5 released as most successful iPhone launch ever.

700,000 Apps are availbale on the App Store.

 
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2013

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Jobjuice launches new branding and updated icons

 

2013

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Worldwide shipments of tablets increase over 100% year after year.

 
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2013

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Jobjuice partners with Marc Cosentino, author of Case in Point - The Bible of Case Prep, according to the Wall Street Journal. The Case Interview App is launched.

 
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2013

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All Jobjuice Apps simultaneously launched on Android!

 

2014

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iPhone 6 launched.

 

2016

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iPhone 7 launched.

 
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2016

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Jobjuice launches new site.