Ayodeji Adewunmi, the Co-founder and CEO of Jobberman, has resigned. Ayodeji did well. He helped young people of his generation to believe. Before him, many saw startups as esoteric. Yes, if you are an entrepreneur, you possibly could not get a decent job. But when you are on a medical path and decide to pursue the entrepreneurial trajectory, those dismissive judgments fade. He will be leaving to explore opportunities in investing.
The Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of the biggest job site in Sub-Saharan Africa, Jobberman, Ayodeji Adewunmi, has resigned to build a professional career in investment.
Adewunmi resigned as the CEO of the company after nearly 10 years to pursue his new career.
However, the company has announced the Head of Jobs of Ringier One Africa Media (ROAM), Matthew Page, as the interim head.
“We wish Ayodeji incredible success in the future and we are grateful for the impressive work he has done in building a remarkable brand.” Page said.
Launched in August 2009, Jobberman is the biggest job site in Sub-Saharan Africa with strategic partnerships with key media companies. Since 2017 Jobberman is part of the portfolio of Ringier One Africa Media.
Jobberman operates in one of the most challenging sectors in Africa: employment syndication. Yes, the HARDEST job is to help people with no jobs to find jobs in places with no jobs. That mission is not fun, I guarantee you.
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