Rocket Internet has entered the jobs classifieds verticals with Everjobs, a new job portal for Asia and Africain a move to help simplify the job search and hiring process by connecting job seekers with employers in a matter of clicks.
Launched today in Sri Lanka, Everjobs allows job seekers to to upload their CV with its CV creation tool, is easy to navigate, search and has career tips as well. Everjobs is at the moment live in Myanmar where it’s working with work.com.mm and is launching in Sri Lanka as everjobs.lk with more than 1,000 job listings.
Backed by Rocket Internet, Everjobs can expect to benefit from the network of companies in the Asia Pacific Internet Group (APACIG) and the Africa Internet Group (AIG). The groups manage a portfolio of 17 companies across 45 countries.
Co-Founder Ronald Schuurs said, “We see an immense opportunity to create a convenient job portal for economies on the rise in Asia and Africa. Everjobs challenges the status quo in these countries for job seekers as well as employers. We believe that every individual has a unique set of skills and personality. All it takes is the right match for them to flourish.
Set to take on Naspers Careers24, One Africa Media’s BrighterMonday and JobberMan among others, Everjobs promises a simple design and a great user experience and aims to simplify the process of finding and offering jobs to enable millions of people to find the right job opportunities in each phase of their professional life.
Seems Rocket Internet wants to launch carmudi in Kenya and Zimbabwe then take Everjobs in Rwanda, South Africa, Nigeria and Uganda.
Below is the list of countries Rocket Internet has planned to rock!