One Africa Media Company, the owners of Jobberman and Brighter Monday, has floated a new pan-African company to cater for cross border recruitment in the continent.

The new company named The African Talent Company (TATC) was established due to the clients of the aforementioned companies that were asking for more services across the borders of Africa.

TATC will offer better-bespoke services in terms of recruiting, consulting, in terms research work, salary surveys and more HR involvement.

In addition, TATC will leverage on Jobberman and Brighter Monday which covers East, West and Southern Africa to help its client find the best candidate for African markets. For instance, if an employer in Nigeria wants to hire someone from Kenya all the employer needs to do is to contact TATC and they will get him the best candidate from East Africa through their entity Brighter Monday which operates in East Africa. An African company that is looking to hire from Indonesia for example, can also contact TATC to get the best candidate in from Indonesia.

Commenting on the new company, Lekan Olude, Co-founder of Jobberman and the African partner for TATC said: “Just because we were structured as a job website there were engagements that we couldn’t deliver so we decided to setup this company known as TATC. It is that company that gives clients the opportunity to be able to hire in any African country.”

This is good news for the continent as clients looking to hire staff no longer need to outsource this job to recruitment companies outside Africa.