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Kenyan career development startup Fuzu bags $3.86m Series A investment

Kenyan startup Fuzu has raised a EUR3.4 million (US$3.86 million) Series A funding round to support the development of the next phase of its career development, grow its team and accelerate expansion across Africa. 

Launched in 2015, Fuzu aims to change the landscape of job search and recruitment in Africa, providing AI-powered personalised guidance to individual users, and talent acquisition and data services to organisations.

Over the last five years it has become the most popular career development platform in Kenya, and having expanded to Uganda in 2018 it has more than 7.5 million lifetime users. Last funded in 2016, it has now secured Series A backing to expand its platform, team, and geographic coverage.

Read more from source article: https://disrupt-africa.com/2020/03/kenyan-recruitment-startup-fuzu-bags-3-86m-series-a-investment/

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