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Announcing Hodinkee, Soko and Finda

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LONDON, United Kingdom — This week, we are pleased to introduce three new partners on BoF Careers.

Founded in 2008 by Benjamin Clymer, Hodinkee is a platform and magazine that reviews luxury and vintage watches, as well as news coverage, original photography and video content. In 2012, the site launched its e-commerce platform Hodinkee Shop. Hodinkee seeks an HR director and managing editor, among other roles, in New York.

Soko is an ethical lifestyle brand and manufacturing platform that partners artisan communities in the developing world with consumers worldwide via mobile technology. They work with over 2,300 independent artisans with a focus on ethically sourced materials, currently sold in over 64 countries. Soko is looking for a wholesale logistics coordinator, a head of marketing and e-commerce and a growth marketing manager in San Francisco.

Established in 2018, Finda is a booking platform and community for models, connecting professional models with verified brands in a safe and transparent environment. Finda also provides models with educational resources to better enable a safer working environment. Finda is seeking a head of sales based in London.

See all of our jobs and career-related content on BoF Careers, the global marketplace for fashion talent.

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