CNN ranks Jobberman among 10 Top Africa Tech Startups

It is interesting to know that Nigeria in deed Africa is  gradually gaining positive remarks in the global Tech Startup scene.Recently we learnt that Jobberman.com, one of the …

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It is interesting to know that Nigeria in deed Africa is  gradually gaining positive remarks in the global Tech Startup scene.Recently we learnt that Jobberman.com, one of the most popular job sites in Nigeria has been ranked in CNN’s recently released list of top 10 African tech startups.

According to the report, the listed Tech startups are building amazing products in Africa that can compete on the international platform and show the promise of continuous innovation. The list was compiled to show the fact that “there are some pretty amazing tech startups in Africa” positioning Africa as the great place to unleash great and technology savvy companies.
Jobberman bridges the gap between opportunity and talent by creating an efficient marketplace where job seekers and employers can interact quickly and easily. Listings are taken from companies directly, and users can apply straight from the site.Jobberman is the biggest jobs website in West Africa with over 800,000 users and 8,000 companies providing the latest jobs in Nigeria.

It has therefore been noted for its work in the jobs and recruitment especially in a world where the employment segment of economies is tipping negatively. Through simple, yet cutting-edge technology, Jobberman helps link qualified personnel to the right job opportunities.“We are thrilled to see that Africa is being recognised as a home for Tech Startups, much more that we are a part of it. Building the largest list of job vacancies in Nigeria is what we’ve committed to do, and its great to be singled out for what we are building,” said the CEO, Ayodeji Adewunmi.

Other African Tech Startups on the CNN list include: BrainShare, Kivuko, DealDey, Paperight, Mpayer, MoDe, Pulse, GoMetro and mPawa.

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