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Jobberman’s Founder, Opeyemi Awoyemi Launches A Student Innovation Fund

Jobberman’s Founder, Opeyemi Awoyemi Launches A Student Innovation Fund

Opeyemi Awoyemi, the founder of Nigeria’s finest online career portal, Jobberman has announced the launch of a fund to support innovators in Nigerian higher institutions of learning. Known as FastForward Student Innovation Fund, the fund seeks to invest in INNOVATIONS started by current students and recently graduated students (up to 3 years). Innovation is highlighted

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440ng Invests Into Online Video Learning Platform, DavtonLearn

440ng, a joint venture investment fund between L5Lab and 88mph focused on tech startups in Nigeria has made an undisclosed investment into DavtonLearn, an online video learning platform for professional certifications. DavtonLearn, which was founded by Tobi Obasa and started out as an offline training company known as Daveton8020 Consulting in 2009, will officially launch

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Google Brings Its Startup Launch Programme To Africa

Google has introduced its Startup Launch programme to hundreds of entrepreneurs in Uganda, Kenya, Nigeria, Senegal, and South Africa in a bid to help them fast track their tech start-ups with, yeah you guessed right, Google products. In case you don’t know, Startup Launch which was launched in June “provides startups in all stages with

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Nigeria’s Fastest Growing Internet Companies of 2011

TechLoy’s inaugural list of the fastest growing Internet companies in Nigeria takes a look at the companies that are disrupting their industries, changing consumer’s lives and building the most market share. From e-commerce services to online entertainment hubs, here are Nigeria’s fastest growing Internet companies of 2011.

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About 54% Do Not Support Jobberman Blocking Njorku [SURVEY]

It’s been exactly 10 days since Jobberman blocked Njorku, an African jobs search engine from crawling its site and accessing jobs content, while leaving out other search engines. Njorku helps jobseekers find jobs published on different job sites including Jobberman from different countries at a time, instead of visiting each site one at a time.

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Jobberman To Third Party Sites: ‘Stop Pulling Our Jobs Or We’ll Block You!’

We reported earlier today that Jobberman, Nigeria’s leading jobs site has blocked Njorku, an African jobs search engine from crawling its site and accessing its jobs content. Jobberman has also confirmed this in an email sent to Techloy after we reached out to them for comment. In the email, Jobberman’s Co-founder, Opeyemi Awoyemi said: “Jobberman.com

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CONFIRMED: Jobberman Blocks Njorku Search Engine From Crawling It’s Job Content

We’ve just learned that Jobberman, Nigeria’s leading jobs site has blocked Njorku, an African jobs search engine from crawling its site and accessing jobs content. The job search engine, Njorku crawls the web (especially job sites) to find jobs based on keyword searches in any African country and makes them available to users. Njorku’s search results

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Jobberman’s New Mobile Site Now Allows Keyword Search

Just about a year ago, Jobberman, Nigeria’s leading jobs site launched its mobile version which allows jobseekers to get real-time information about the latest jobs in town right from their mobile phones. The mobile version allowed users select and search for ‘Jobs By Category’, just as you can on the web. It also allowed you to apply

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Dealfish Country Manager Denies Deliberately Using ‘Jobberman’ As Adword

Dealfish, the MIH Internet Africa-backed online classified site recently used ‘jobberman’ as a keyword in their Google AdWords campaign. Country Manager of Dealfish, Mr. Francis Ebuehi confirmed this in a phone conversation a few hours ago, although he denied that the keyword was a deliberate attempt or attack on their competition, Jobberman. Ebuehi claimed that

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MIH Internet Africa’s Country Head Responds On Dealfish Ads Issue

Few days ago, we reported that Dealfish was using ‘jobberman’ as a keyword in their Google AdWords campaign. While this move may not be unethical, we felt that Dealfish was taking advantage of brand names of local startups that may not have the financial muscle to out-bid them on Google ad campaigns. Reacting to this

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Dealfish Hijack’s ‘jobberman’ in Google Adword Campaign

Dealfish, the MIH Internet Africa-backed online classified site recently launched in Nigeria seems to be using ‘jobberman’ as keyword in their Google AdWords campaign. In case you don’t know, Jobberman is a Nigerian job search company’s brand name or trademark. Apparently, Dealfish runs a job section on it’s site and appears to be the highest

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