Fuzu, Swahili for succeed, a career development, recruitment and learning solutions firm has launched its operations in Uganda.in collaboration with 25 launch partners including Microsoft, KCCA, MUBS, ICTAU, Safeboda, Mercy Corps and Liquid Telekom.
In Uganda, Fuzu says it will help job seekers and employers in finding each other, improve efficiency of the job market and nurtue Ugandan talent. It’s only competition will be BrighterMonday.
According to Jussi Hinkkanen – the Fuzu Chief Executive Officer, “Fuzu is about finding your place in this world, it is not just about applying for jobs but rather about turning the job hunting experience into a life-long journey of professional growth, giving you the freedom to Dream, Grow and be Found.”
“The right advice coupled with passion and determination is key to shaping one’s future and should therefore not be taken for granted,” Jussi added. With its Artificial Intelligence-based job, learning and career recommendations, Fuzu provides the users with the best chance for employment and personal growth.
Fuzu leverages the fast-moving digital revolution in a country with over 17 million internet users and fast growth of digital services, making access to information the basic right of every citizen.Fuzu has to date helped more than 2.8 million users in East Africa to accelerate their growth and hundreds of employers to find much needed talent.
“We believe in empowering people and that everyone has unleashed hidden potential. Fast growing Internet access and services like Fuzu.com will drive socio-economic progress like we’ve never seen before. We just need to work together, everyone has a role to play in this transformation.” concluded Jussi Hinkkanen, the CEO of Fuzu Limited.