CampusBiz Kenya and Fuzu collaborate in a bid to Solve Youth Unemployment in Kenya
CampusBiz Kenya and Fuzu, the leading career development platform in Kenya have entered into a collaboration that will see both platforms combine efforts and share resources to make the job-hunt process less draining and more enriching for the fresh graduates and to the employer, a faster and more reliable to get talent.
“This is a start to a great collaboration. It provides an opportunity to reach out to an even wider audience and help them kickstart and grow their careers.” said Michael Koske, Co-Founder, CampusBiz Kenya.
CampusBiz has established itself as a keen conversation driver in the early career, entrepreneurship and business stages for students and recent graduates. Fuzu on the other hand, has established itself as a leading innovator in the career development space enabling its user base of more than 500,000 users and companies to maximize their potential and find each other more easily.
The collaboration comes at a point where the youth in Kenya have been hit hard by unemployment regardless of their educational qualifications. This collaboration will see both platforms strive to develop skills in the youth that are much needed by employers, boosting their employability among their peers.
“We are very excited to be working with CampusBiz to support aspiring junior professionals get a step up in launching their careers” says Edward Vaisberg, the COO of Fuzu.