FundoLinker is a student support platform through which primary and secondary schools, tertiary institutions, companies, skilled people and crowd donors are able to work together to provide career guidance, financial help, information and jobs to students. FundoLinker believes that sufficient quality skills can only be achieved if there is collaboration, coordination and communication among skills stakeholders in tackling skills building challenges. FundoLinker was founded in January 2016 and is a registered Zimbabwean company.


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There are a number of great African recruitment tech startups sprouting up all over the continent in an effort to simplify the recruitment process for all sides of the equation. The great thing about startups is the fact that they often aim to solve a problem and provide solutions to challenges, and employment is one of those issues that needs tech involvement to find the best solutions. Recruitment startups, such as the companies listed in this slideshow, aim to tackle that challenge through innovation and platforms that are built to appeal to job seekers and potential employers. Here are 10 African recruitment tech startups worth paying attention to.
(FundoLinker among them)
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On October 27th, 10 of Zimbabwe’s most promising seed-stage startups will compete to represent the country at the Regional and Global Seedstars Summits and to win up to USD 1 million in equity investments and other prizes.
(FundoLinker among them)
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FundoLinker and the FundoLinker Community. FundoLinker is a dedicated education community which comprises schools, companies, students, parents, guardians and individual donors. Schools include colleges, normal schools, universities and driving schools. FundoLinker connects students to their education network for better education and employment opportunities.
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The Herald
“Personally I am inspired by our own Zimbabwean technoprenuers like Charles Chigoriwa of the FundoLinker application, Thomas Tinashe Kujoka who developed an electronic version of the Highway code. We need an initiative that provides students with an opportunity to learn about careers in technology and connect with mentors in the field for inspiration. Students also need to be exposed to hands-on computer and technology work- shops where we can be engaged in a oneon-one mentoring and career guidance sessions,” he said
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The top startups selected to advance to the pitching event are:
FundoLinker has created a platform where schools, companies, skilled people and donors meet to overcome skills building challenges. JMP Africa’s focus is on the development of energy access to developing urban and rural communities in Africa and offering onsite generation solutions. Munch is a tech based, logistics, online food ordering company that connects hungry food lovers with local restaurants in their city. myRunnerOver a million people travel by bus each month,their vision is to change the way bus travel is experienced and make it easier and safer.
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Seedstars World
FundoLinker has created a platform where schools, companies, skilled people and donors meet to overcome skill building challenges. Problem: There is no effective, holistic way to tackle skill building challenges. Solution : A dedicated education community to build skills together. Every stakeholder is eager to arrest skill building challenges with others.