Jobberman.com, West Africa's Leading Job Portal Expands to Ghana
Lagos, Nigeria (PRWEB) June 26, 2012
Nigeria’s leading job portal has extended its reach in West Africa with the launch of job site Jobberman in Ghana.
The portal went ‘live’ on April 20, 2012 and has seen its monthly page views instantly soar to over 1 million, and gain an instant ranking in a top 3 position in the jobs category according to Alexa.com.
Ghanaians have already shown a strong interest in what Jobberman has achieved for jobseekers in neighbouring Nigeria – the best chance of getting a job for jobseekers, and best chance of finding the right talent for employers.
Operating in all the major cities in Nigeria, with a very long list of industry accolades and strategic partnerships with nearly all of Nigeria's major media companies, Jobberman is now the largest jobs website in sub-Saharan Africa in traffic and membership outside of South Africa.
Since its soft launch in Ghana, Jobberman has been keeping its audience constantly updated on the latest job openings in Ghana and intends to launch further features in the coming weeks.
A strong focus on customer service and innovation has given Jobberman a strong reputation as a key player in West Africa’s vibrant internet scene. The company has won several recognitions and accolades including – “West Africa’s most popular job board,” “#8 in the Top 20 Tech Startups in Africa” by Forbes and “One of the most Innovative Tech Companies in Nigeria” by McKinsey in both 2011 and 2012.
“We are excited about our venture into the Ghanaian employment market and it has shown great promise so far. Jobberman has managed to overtake several other well-known portals to currently occupy the No. 3 position in the country’s list of top job portals, and we intend to establish it as Ghanaian’s leading job site soon,” said Jobberman CEO, Ayodeji Adewunmi.
“Jobberman is committed to supporting Ghanaian’s jobs space, as well as to bring our experiences in making job search more meaningful for jobseekers and employers in and outside of Ghana,” said Jobberman Ghana Country Consultant, Babajide Otoki.