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Invest in TalentQL

Building and Connecting Top Talent with Global Opportunities 🤝 💼

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Investor Panel

Jacob interviewed TalentQL on September 9, 2021. Play Video
Jacob Brutman
Angel Investor, Ph.D. Chemist and Computer Enthusiast
Strengths
says, "The team is clearly passionate about their company and its mission. They are capitalizing on an initiative in much of industry to focus more on Africa as well as improve diversity across the globe. They should be able to carve out a nice piece of business given current industry trends and their passion for the work."
Advice
says, "Push out some instances of big companies you are working with."

What Investors Say

LEAD INVESTOR
Invested $50,000 this round + $50,000 previously
> The founders are great guys, with solid experience starting and growing other tech startup > The company’s has great platform business model; > The market is big and the timing is right; > The potential is high for the company to make a great impact on Africa’s tech talent: > In just a few months, the company has achieved an impressive early traction. > The company has great opportunity to scale geographically across Africa and beyond into other emerging markets.

In the news

African talent recruitment company TalentQL joins Techstars to further global ambition
July 17, 2021
African-focused talent recruitment and outsourcing company TalentQL today announced that it has been accepted into Techstars Toronto. The company will join nine other startups in the accelerator's class of 2021. This comes two weeks after Nigerian bus-booking platform Plentywaka announced its...
How fintech and serial founders drove African pre-seed investing to new heights in 2020
July 17, 2021
When Stripe-subsidiary Paystack raised its seed round of $1.3 million in 2016, it was one of the largest disclosed rounds at that stage in Nigeria. At the time, seven-figure seed investments in African startups were a rarity. But over the years, those same seed-stage rounds have become more common...
Can TalentQL's six-month program fill Africa's need for senior developers?
June 3, 2021
Adewale Yusuf, the founder and former publisher of Techpoint, made what many saw as a bold move last year. Not only did he swap the uncertainty of tech media for the vulnerability of founding a tech startup, he chose Ile-Ife, a town 200 km removed from the chaos of Lagos, as the "quiet location" for his new adventure.
Nigeria's TalentQL joins Techstars Toronto accelerator - Disrupt Africa
April 1, 2021
Nigerian recruitment startup TalentQL has been accepted into the Techstars Toronto accelerator programme, securing US$120,000 in the process as it sets its sights on global expansion. Founded late last year by Adewale Yusuf, Opeyemi Awoyemi and Akintunde Sultan, also co-founders of Techpoint Africa, Jobberman and DevCareer, hires, develops and manages remote talent for global companies.
African talent recruitment company TalentQL joins Techstars to further global ambition
March 30, 2021
African-focused talent recruitment and outsourcing company TalentQL today announced that it has been accepted into Techstars Toronto. The company will join nine other startups in the accelerator's class of 2021. TalentQL was launched last November by serial entrepreneurs Adewale Yusuf, Opeyemi Awoyemi and Akintunde Sultan.
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