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Start-up is building a talent pipeline of African software developers to the United States and elsewhere

by Futures Centre, Oct 13
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Andela – A new model for education and identifying talent world wide.

 

Start-Up Bets on Tech Talent Pipeline From Africa

Jeremy Johnson, Andela’s chief executive, says the company offers “a very different model for unlocking human potential.” The animating idea behind Andela, founded in 2014, is that Africa has plenty of smart people, but that they too often lack the preparation for and pathways to gainful jobs – the missing ingredients that Andela can provide in the field of software development.

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