Jobberman Ghana participates in GIZ Hybrid Job Fair

BY: Business Desk Report
Mr Haralabos Antarakis, CEO, Jobberman
Mr Haralabos Antarakis, CEO, Jobberman

An online recruitment platform, Jobberman Ghana has participated in this year’s GIZ Hybrid Job Fair aimed at contributing to the government’s efforts to improve employment, soft skills development and entrepreneurship skills among the youth.

The hybrid event took off on Tuesday, July 27, and is now due to end on Thursday, July 29, 2021 at https://virtuali-ahk.com/GJF2021

Jobberman Ghana’s mission is to digitally connect qualified job seekers to their dream jobs and employers to qualified professionals who are open to new opportunities.

The Chief Executive Officer of Jobberman Ghana, Mr Haralabos Antarakis, said participating in the job fair was a great opportunity for the company to reach out to job seekers looking for their next big career moves.

“This initiative is a significant digital move that goes to confirm how the world is changing and how it is time we embraced digital recruitment and online job applications,” he said

The statement said over the past eight years, Jobberman Ghana had connected professionals to their dream jobs and helped thousands of companies to hire the right fit in the most efficient, fast, and cost-effective way.

It said jobseekers were invited to visit Jobberman Ghana’s booth or stay connected on its website for new offerings.

About Jobberman

Jobberman Ghana is a leading online recruitment platform established in Ghana in 2012 to transform productivity in Ghana.

It formed part of the investment portfolio of Ringier One Africa Media. Its vision is to be Ghana’s most user-centric and transparent career ecosystem that connects the right candidates with the right opportunities. It prides itself of using a bespoke mix of human and automated solutions to match employers with the best candidates, so that they could hire the right fit faster.                         

About the GIZ Hybrid Job Fair

The Ghana Hybrid Job Fair is an initiative of the Ghanaian-German Centre for Jobs, Migration, and Reintegration (GGC) aimed at contributing to the government of Ghana’s efforts to improve youth employment, soft skills development and entrepreneurship skills, among others, especially among the youth.

This year’s hybrid edition is a result of the current restriction by the government of Ghana to restrict in-person events to help contain the spread and impact of the COVID 19 pandemic.