CodeLn starts job marketplace to help companies hire more African software engineers

November 18, 2019
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CodeLn, an automated technology recruitment platform, aims to make it easier for companies to bring aboard African software engineers. 

CodeLn​ was founded in 2018 by four software engineers, Philisiah Mwaluma and Dennis Nduta (Kenya), Dexter Ouattara (Ivory Coast) and Elohor Thomas (Nigeria) after participating in the ​MEST Accelerator.

CodeLn automates the entire tech recruitment process end-to-end. With as little as $100, a recruiter:

  • Can post a job
  • Receive recommended candidates based on the skills required,
  • Conduct an online test to vet expertise,
  • Schedule an interview, and
  • Present a job offer, all without leaving the platform.

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November 18, 2019

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