Remoteli, Ghana's Tech Talent Startup, Secures £250,000 Pre-Seed Funding Led by Footballer Jeremie Frimpong

Remoteli, Ghana's Tech Talent Startup, Secures £250,000 Pre-Seed Funding Led by Footballer Jeremie Frimpong

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Ghanaian tech talent platform, Remoteli, scores big with £250,000 in pre-seed funding from professional footballer Jeremie Frimpong. As the startup aims to connect African tech talents with remote opportunities, Frimpong's investment aligns with a growing trend of sports stars backing tech innovation, aiming to make a difference both on and off the field.

Remoteli, a Ghana-based tech talent startup, has successfully raised £250,000 in pre-seed funding, with Ghanaian-Dutch footballer Jeremie Frimpong leading the investment. Founded by Samuel Brooksworth, Remoteli focuses on bridging the gap between young African tech talents and remote work opportunities. Frimpong's investment aims to propel Remoteli toward its ambitious goal of facilitating employment for 1 million people by 2030. The startup, which strategically prioritized organic growth, utilizes AI-powered software to match organizations with qualified tech talent and plans to expand operations across multiple African countries in 2024. 🚀⚽💰


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