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Ghana's Remoteli Secures Funding to Connect African Tech Talent and Fuel Expansion

Ghanaian tech talent startup Remoteli has secured £250,000 ($314,824) in pre-seed funding to fuel its expansion across Africa.

The investment, led by Ghanaian-Dutch footballer Jeremie Frimpong, aims to bridge the gap between talented tech professionals and the growing demand for remote workers.

Founded by Samuel Brooksworth, Remoteli leverages AI-powered software to match organizations with qualified African tech individuals.

“It all started with the need to connect talented graduates with opportunities amidst the pandemic,” explains Brooksworth. “Remoteli empowers both, fostering growth for companies and careers for individuals.”

The funding will fuel Remoteli’s ambitious goal of providing employment for one million people by 2030.

This latest investment highlights a growing trend of athletes entering the tech space. Frimpong’s involvement extends beyond finance, with the collaboration including the “Pathways Project” to support young footballers with career transitions beyond the pitch.

Remoteli has already made a mark, directly hiring over 100 individuals and supporting over 100 clients.

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